The first major and comprehensive English-language commentary on Hebrews in over 50 years. Harold W. Attridge presents a balanced and richly documented interpretation.
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“is not simply one of glory. Central to that story is the priestly act by which he made ‘expiation for sins’” (Page 69)
“subjugation, that it was part of the divine plan for salvation” (Page 69)
“suggests that the Son, who has been shown to be superior to the angels, was made subject to them.” (Page 69)
“This pericope argues that it was fitting that God should allow the agent of salvation to suffer” (Page 78)