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To the Hebrews. Translation, comment, and conclusions by George Wesley Buchanan.

[1st ed.].. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1972.
ISBN 9780385029957, 0385029950

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Other Title Bible.
Society of Biblical Literature abbreviation for series: AB
Other Authors Buchanan, George Wesley,
Subjects Bible. Hebrews -- Commentaries.
Bible. Hebrews.
Bible. New Testament. Epîtres de Paul. Hébreux -- Commentaires.
Bible. New Testament. Hebrews -- Commentaries.
Hebreeën (bijbelboek)
Series Bible. 1964 ; v. 36.
Description xxx, 271 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes "Abbreviations and references": pages xiii-xvi.
Summary The New Testament letter to the Hebrews carried much-needed encouragement and advice for Jewish converts to Christianity in the late first century. Composed in an exquisite style, Hebrews urged new Christians to hold fast to their new faith lest they lose their opportunity to witness the long-awaited fulfillment of God's covenant with Israel. The sage and persuasive Christian writer draws analogies between the heroes and drama of Jewish sacred Scriptures and first-century Christian experience. With the rich heritage of Jewish Christians in mind, he implores his readers not to lose faith during trials and tribulations. The unswerving faith of Noah, Abraham, Moses, Joshua, and the prophets serves as an example for them not to forsake God's covenant and incur God's judgment. He praises Jesus as the ultimate, once-and-for-all sacrifice for the sins of the world, the means of a renewed relationship with God.
Genre Commentaries.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)503700
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