Authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews: Critical Problem and Use of the Old Testament
Focusing on the authorship of the epistle of Hebrews, William Leonard provides detailed exegesis that coherently ties together composition, use of vernacular language, and the assertion of heuristic versus theopneustic doctrines. Leonard draws upon notable authors such as Adolf Deissmann, Walter Bauer, and Gerhard Kittel to provide further clarification and context.
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- Focuses on the authorship of the epistle to the Hebrews
- Provides detailed exegesis for better understanding of the text
- Draws upon notable authors and scholars for further study
- The Problem of the Authorship of “Hebrews”
- Theology of “Hebrews”
- Literary Form of “Hebrews”
- Scriptural Material of “Hebrews”
- Mode of Scriptural Citation
- Textual Form of the Citations
- Exegetical Processes of “Hebrews” and Paulines
- Title: Authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews: Critical Problem and Use of the Old Testament
- Author: William Leonard
- Publisher: Vatican Polyglot Press
- Publication Date: 1939
- Pages: 450
About William Leonard
William Leonard was professor of sacred Scriptures at St. Patrick’s Seminary in Sydney.