Hebrews, The Letter to the – eCourse

David J. Macleod

Units: 3
Pages: 224
ISBN #: 978-0-940293-74-8
Format: eCourse

Along with the book of Romans, Hebrews stands out as one of the two greatest epistles (letters) in the Bible. It has been called "the profoundest epistle of the New Testament," and "the most fully developed doctrinal writing in the whole of the New Testament."


Hebrews centers on the High Priesthood of Christ and the relevance of that doctrine to its readers and to us today. "Now this is the main point of the things we are saying: We have such a High Priest, who is seated at the right hand of the throne of the Majesty in the heavens" (chapter 8, verse 1).


The Lord Jesus Christ, our High Priest, is shown to be superior in His person, superior in His functions, and superior in His resources.



 


 

David J. MacLeod was born in Nova Scotia and raised in Massachusetts. He received his theological education at Dallas Theological Seminary (TM, PhD) and has served on the faculties of Colorado Christian University and Dallas Seminary. He is presently Chairman of the Division of Biblical Studies at Emmaus Bible College in Dubuque, Iowa.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

An Outline of Hebrews
Introduction
Chapter 1 – Hebrews Chapter One
Chapter 2 – Hebrews Chapter Two
Chapter 3 – Hebrews Chapter Three and Four
Chapter 4 – Hebrews Chapter Five
Chapter 5 – Hebrews Chapter Six
Chapter 6 – Hebrews Chapter Seven
Chapter 7 – Hebrews Chapter Eight
Chapter 8 – Hebrews Chapter Nine
Chapter 9 – Hebrews Chapter Ten
Chapter 10 – Hebrews Chapter Eleven
Chapter 11 – Hebrews Chapter Twelve
Chapter 12 – Hebrews Chapter Thirteen
Bibliography

 


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