F. W. Farrar’s analysis of the Greek text of Hebrews illuminates the nuances and history of the language, and presents an in-depth reading of this intricate and important book of the Bible. Before Farrar examines the Greek text, he offers his observations on the questions that surround this book: who wrote it and when? Farrar also examines the theology of Hebrews and its canonicity.
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F. W. Farrar (1831–1903) was educated at King’s College in London and Trinity College, Cambridge. The Archdeacon of Westminster and then Dean of Canterbury, Farrar was a prolific author and powerful preacher. His book, History of Interpretation, is also available from Logos.