Seeking to elucidate the underlying ideas and themes within the epistle to the Hebrews, E. F. Scott offers succinct exposition of the text. Asserting a clear distinction between Church doctrines and the influence of Hellenistic thought in the text, Scott examines the intended themes within the text.
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- Seeks to clarify the underlying ideas and themes within the book of Hebrews
- Offers succinct exposition of the text
- Examines the intended themes within Hebrews
- The Literary Problems
- Purpose and Character
- Theological Affinities
- The Religious Background
- The New Covenant
- The Two Ages and the Two Worlds
- The High-Priesthood of Christ
- The Nature of Christ
- The Historical and Religious Value of the Epistle
- Title: The Epistle to the Hebrews: Its Doctrine and Significance
- Author: E. F. Scott
- Publisher: T&T Clark
- Publication Date: 1922
- Pages: 238
About E. F. Scott
E. F. Scott (1868–1954) was professor of biblical theology and New Testament at Union Theological Seminary. Scott was well known for his authority on Christianity.