Expressing the importance of the doctrines found within the book of Hebrews, Henry W. Williams provides a comprehensive analysis of the text by examining authorship, intended audience, structure, and scope of the text. Conveying that literal renderings of language differ within the context of idioms and colloquial use, Williams attempts to assert the intended meaning of the original text.
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- Investigates the doctrines found within the book of Hebrews
- Examines the authorship, intended audience, structure, and scope of the text
- Explores the intended meaning of the language and original text
Praise for the Print Edition
Mr. Williams, as a clear and straightforward expositor of Methodist theology, is surpassed by none. His style is plain at the same time scholarly . . . we value this work ourselves, and hope it will be widely appreciated as its predecessor has been.
—The London Quarterly Review
- Title: An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews
- Author: Henry W. Williams
- Publisher: Wesleyan Conference Office
- Publication Date: 1871
- Pages: 342
About Henry W. Williams
Henry W. Williams, ninteenth century theologian and pastor, is also the author of The Incarnate Son of God, as well as Union with Christ.