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The Epistle to the Hebrews, in Greek and English, with an Analysis and Exegetical Commentary

by Turner, Samuel H.

Stanford and Swords 1852

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Overview

Discoursing on the book of Hebrews, Samuel H. Turner provides exegetical commentary on the text while comparing the Greek and English translations in order to examine inherent meaning. Noting the differences between denotation and cultural connotations in the text, Turner elucidates key principles and doctrines in the text.

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Key Features

  • Offers a discourse on the book of Hebrews
  • Provides exegetical commentary on the text
  • Compares the Greek and English translations to examine inherent meaning

Contents

  • Analysis of the Epistle to the Hebrews
    • Section 1: Introduction: Christ’s Superiority to Angels (Chap. 1, 2)
    • Section 2: Christ as Head of God’s Church Superior to Moses; With Instructions and Exhortations (Chap. 3–4)
    • Section 3: The Dignity of Christ’s Priesthood Shown from Its Analogy to that of Melchisedek and from Other Circumstances (Chap. 7)
    • Section 4: Christ as Priest and Sacrifice Superior to Those of the Law (Chap. 8–10:18)
    • Section 5: The Obligation and Necessity of Steadfast Adherence to the Gospel Inferred and Urged (Chap. 10:19–39)
    • Section 6: Faith Defined and Exemplified (Chap. 11)
    • Section 7: Exhortations to Perseverance and Other Christian Virtues: Conclusion (Chap. 12, 13)
  • Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews
    • Section 1: Introduction: Christ’s Superiority to Angels (Chap. 1, 2)
    • Section 2: Christ as Head of God’s Church Superior to Moses; With Instructions and Exhortations (Chap. 3–6)
    • Section 3: The Dignity of Christ’s Priesthood Shown from Its Analogy to that of Melchisedek, and from Other Circumstances (Chap. 7)
    • Section 4: Christ as Priest and Sacrifice Superior to Those of the Law (Chap. 8–10:18)
    • Section 5: The Obligation and Necessity of Steadfast Adherence to the Gospel Inferred and Urged (Chap. 10:19–39)
    • Section 6: Faith Defined and Exemplified (Chap. 11)
    • Section 7: Exhortations to Perseverance and Other Christian Virtues: Conclusion (Chap. 12, 13)

Praise for the Print Edition

The work is learned enough for scholars, and plain enough for all intelligent Christians. We hope he will be encouraged to go on in a labor, and his varied culture, so admirably qualify him.

Church Review

This work, without the parade of learning, gives the result of much learned investigation, not omitting the processes of reasoning, by which those results have been reached. It is adapted alike for the use of those who can and those who cannot read the New Testament in the original, though, of course, the critical remarks can only be fully appreciated by those who are acquainted with New Testament Greek.

Church Register

Product Details

  • Title: The Epistle to the Hebrews, in Greek and English, with an Analysis and Exegetical Commentary
  • Author: Samuel H. Turner
  • Publisher: Stanford and Swords
  • Publication Date: 1852
  • Pages: 192

About Samuel H. Turner

Samuel H. Turner (1790–1861) was professor of biblical interpretation at General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church.