The epistle to the hebrews

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Notes and Essays

Brooke Foss Westcott, D.D., D.C.L.
Lord Bishop of Durham

Canon of Peterborough and Westminster

Regius Professor of Divinity, Cambridge
Second Edition.
Blevpete mh; paraithvshsqe to;n lalou'nta: eij ga;r ejkei'noi oujk ejxevfugon ejpi; gh'" paraithsavmenoi to;n crhmativzonta, polu; ma'llon hJmei'" oiJ to;n ajp j oujranw'n ajpostrefovmenoi

Heb. 12:25

shvmeron eja;n th'" fwnh'" aujtou' ajkogvxhte,

mh; sklhruvnhte ta;" kardiva" uJmw'n

Ps. 95:7; Heb. 3; 4

I. Text

II. Title

III. Position

IV. Original language

V. Destination

VI. Date

VII. Place of writing

VIII. Style and language

IX. Plan

X. Characteristics

XI. History and Authorship

XII. The Epistle to the Hebrews and the Epistle of Barnabas

Chap. 1

The teaching upon Sin in the Epistle.

The Divine Names in the Epistle.
Chap. 2

Man's destiny and position.

The reading of 2:9.

The idea of teleivwsi".

The teleivwsi" of Christ.

Quotations from the O. T. in ch. 1, 2.

Passages on the High-priesthood of Christ.
Chap. 3

The application to Christ of words spoken in the O. T. of the LORD.

Chap. 4

The reading of 4:2.

On some hypothetical sentences.

The origin and constitution of man.

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