Category Archives: Hebrews

What is Holy Saturday?

The Passion Week provides vast theological emotions for the people of God. Palm Sunday commences with the entrance of a divine King riding on a donkey. He comes in ancient royal transportation. That royal procession concludes with a Crucified Messiah … Continue reading

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Hebrews and Authorship

A couple of years ago I tried to offer a case for a Pauline authorship of Hebrews. I think I was somewhat successful. I will be preaching through Hebrews 1 on Christmas Day, which drew my attention once more to some … Continue reading

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Who Wrote Hebrews? A Case for Pauline Authorship, Finale

Though the internal evidence points in some cases clearly to St. Paul as the main author, there are also some who believe it most definitely points away from Paul. These objections are the following: First, since Hebrews is written in … Continue reading

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Who Wrote Hebrews? A Case for Pauline Authorship, Part III

However, when we come to the internal, Biblical evidence, we find the strongest opponents of Pauline authorship rise up. Though history has authority in some sense, councils do err and church history is full of mistakes to prove it. Thus … Continue reading

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Who Wrote Hebrews? A Case for Pauline Authorship, Pat II

What is the external evidence for Pauline authorship of Hebrews? The great Puritan John Owen, the author of seven volumes on the book of Hebrews[1]– the first two volumes alone are only an introduction to the book– says the following: … Continue reading

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Hebrews and Warnings

In preaching through Hebrews I am constantly confronted (Chapters 2,3,6 & 10) with the idea that these Jewish believers are actually true “brethren” and not just some folks pretending to be Christians. These are actual members of the household. Thus, this makes … Continue reading

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Who Wrote Hebrews? A Case for Pauline Authorship, Part I

Note: A Case for Pauline Authorship was presented at Providence Church (CREC) during the Sunday School hour. The authorship of Hebrews is a controversial question in our day. In light of my three part series on Hebrews, I would like … Continue reading

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