A Cloud of Witnesses: The Theology of Hebrews in Its Ancient by Richard Bauckham, Trevor Hart, Visit Amazon's Nathan

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The e-book of Hebrews has frequently been the Cinderella of the recent testomony, ignored and marginalized; and but it truly is some of the most fascinating and theologically major books within the New testomony. A Cloud of Witness examines the theology of the publication within the gentle of its old historic context. There are chapters dedicated to the constitution of Hebrews, the individual of Jesus Christ, Hebrews in the context of moment Temple Judaism and the Greco-Roman empire and the function of Hebrews in early Christian concept.

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Kiwoong. \YI! brrws: lh,brews 1! ,·tle (Exeter: Paternoster Press. 2005). The Strucsure of Nebre~rs 21 Atonement will be g:iven, especially in tem1s of its geogra phic:Ll ramifications, or more s pecifically its a rchitectural ramifications in view of the tabernacle or temple. T he similarities to Hebrews will be the main item discussed. ement and content of the first three exho rtations within the work. At the conclusion of this paper. a few of the benefits of seeing the epistle wilh this fo rm will be g:iven, as well as a few brief thoughts on avenues fo r further exploration.

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