An Exposition of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Hebrews, vol. 1
John Brown’s An Exposition of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Hebrews, vol. 1 provides practical explication of the text while offering valuable elucidation on key topics such as: authorship, diction, canonicity, and scope of the epistle. Noting the significance of the epistle to the Hebrews, Brown provides extensive notes for further clarification and reading.
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- Provides practical explication of the book of Hebrews
- Offers valuable insight on authorship, diction, canonicity, and scope of the epistle
- Includes extensive notes for further study
- Of the Author of the Epistle
- Of Those to Whom the Epistle Was Written
- Of the Original Language and Style of the Epistle
- Of the Date and Place of the Epistle
- Of the Canonicity of the Epistle
- Of the Subject and Division of the Epistle
- Of the Interpreters of the Epistle
- Part 1: Doctrinal
- Introductory Statement: The Two Revelations Contrasted
- Chapter 1: The Superiority, Essential and Official, of Jesus Christ to the Angels
- Chapter 2: The Superiority of Jesus Christ to Moses
- Chapter 3: The Superiority of Jesus Christ to the Aaronical Priesthood
- Title: An Exposition of the Epistle of the Apostle Paul to the Hebrews, vol. 1
- Author: John Brown
- Publisher: William Oliphant and Co.
- Publication Date: 1862
- Pages: 473
About John Brown
John Brown was a professor of exegetical theology to the United Presbyterian Church, and senior pastor of the United Presbyterian Congregation in Broughton Place, Edinburgh.