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The Theology of the Epistle to the Hebrews with a Critical Introduction
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The Theology of the Epistle to the Hebrews with a Critical Introduction


T&T Clark 1899

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Articulating the importance of the book of Hebrews, George Milligan provides exposition of the text within historical context. Examining the text within light of interpretation by the Early Church Fathers, Milligan develops authorship, usage of language, doctrinal teachings, and references from the Old Testament—as well as takes the time to explain the implications and parallels of figurative language within the text.

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Key Features

  • Presents the importance of the book of Hebrews
  • Provides exposition of the text within historical context
  • Examines the authorship, language, doctrinal teaching, and references from the Old Testament


  • List of Books Referred To
  • Part 1: Introduction to the Epistle
    • Chapter 1: The History and Authorship of the Epistle
    • Chapter 2: Internal Evidence as to Authorship
      • Note: The Authorship of the Epistle
    • Chapter 3: The Destination, Date, and Place of Writing of the Epistle
    • Chapter 4: The Readers, Aim, Characteristics, and Analysis of the Epistle
      • Note: General Plan of the Epistle
  • Part 2: The Theology of the Epistle
    • Chapter 5: The Covenant-Idea and the Person of the Son
      • The Son in Himself
      • The Son in Relation to Other Mediators
      • Note: On the Interpretation of c. 2:9
    • Chapter 6: The Son as High-Priest
      • The Son’s General Qualifications for the High-Priestly Office
      • The Son a High-Priest after the Order of Melchizedek
    • Chapter 7: The High-Priestly Work of the Son
      • Note A: The Service of the Day of Atonement
      • Note B: The Offering of Our Lord
      • Note C: On the Translation of διαθήκη in c. 9:16, 17
    • Chapter 8: The New Covenant
    • Chapter 9: The Relation of the Epistle to Other Systems of Thought
      • Relation to Apostolic Christianity
      • Relation to Paulinism
      • Relation to Alexandrinism
    • Chapter 10: The Present-Day Significance of the Epistle

Praise for the Print Edition

There is a clear and thoughtful exposition of the teaching of the epistle not only about the deity and humanity of our Lord, but also about his high priestly office and work. Mr. Milligan does not shrink from the truth emphasized in the epistle of the continuous character of the offering of Christ.

The Church Quarterly Review

Product Details

  • Title: The Theology of the Epistle to the Hebrews with a Critical Introduction
  • Author: George Milligan
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1899
  • Pages: 236

About George Milligan

George Milligan was born in 1860 in Scotland. The son of a biblical studies professor, Milligan also became a prominent biblical scholar and professor at Glasgow University. He is well-known for his contributions to Greek New Testament studies. He died in 1934.