Discoursing on the doctrines found in the epistle to the Hebrews, Archibald M’Lean provides invaluable commentary that covers Pauline authorship, the exhortations of the text, interpretation of figurative and literal language, historical context, and the date of composition. Volume one walks verse-by-verse through chapters one through eight of Hebrews.
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- Discusses the doctrines found in the book of Hebrews
- Provides commentary on authorship, language interpretation, and historical context of the text
- Examines verse-by-verse chapters one through eight of Hebrews
- 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
Praise for the Print Edition
We are acquainted with no expository work in our language, which, within so small a compass, contains so much valuable matter, and truly scriptural illustration.
- Title: A Paraphrase and Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, vol. 1
- Author: Archibald M’Lean
- Publisher: W. Jones
- Publication Date: 1820
- Pages: 348
About Archibald M’Lean
Archibald M’Lean (1841–1911) was a pastor a Baptist Church in Edinburgh, Scotland. Known as one of the founders of the Scottish Baptist movement, M’Lean advocated for doctrinal reform across Scotland.