Hebrews

Hebrews

This study of the Biblical book of Hebrews was motivated by questions Monte Judah asked in 2005. His questions cast some doubt on whether the book belonged in the Bible. In this he was in the company of quite a few theological heavy hitters of the past.


Going through Hebrews line by line, we came to the conclusion that Hebrews should indeed be a part of the Bible and that it sheds powerful light on what it means to be a priest.

  • Hebrews 1
    Introduction and chapter 1, the book of Hebrews as a commentary on Psalm 110
  • Hebrews 2
    If the Torah, given by angels, is reliable, how much more then is the word of the Son of God.
  • Hebrews 3
    The builder of the house compared to the servant in the house.
  • Hebrews 4.1-13
    What does it mean to enter into His rest?
  • Hebrews 4.14-5.10
    Y'shua is a priest forever according to the Order of Melchizedek.
  • Hebrews 5.11-6.12
    Exhortation to live up to the enlightenment we have received.
  • Hebrews 6.13-7.28
    Abraham and Melchizedek
  • Hebrews 8
    What does 'becoming obsolete' mean with respect to the Torah?
  • Hebrews 9.1-10
    The venue for service of earthly priests according to the Order of Aaron.
  • Hebrews 9.11-14
    Service in the greater tent that is in Heaven.
  • Hebrews 9.15-28
    Mediator of the New Covenant. A covenant, to become in force, requires the death of the covenant victum.
  • Hebrews 10.1-8
    The place of bulls and goats in God's sacrificial system.
  • Hebrews 10.9ff
    It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the Living God.
  • Hebrews 11.1-3
    What is faith?
  • Hebrews 11.4ff
    God's heroes of the faith.
  • Hebrews 12.1-17
    God disciplines the sons He loves.
  • Hebrews 12-13
    A kingdom that cannot be shaken.