No other book of the New Testament draws so much of its imagery and textual basis from the Old Testament as does Hebrews. Learn who Melchizedek is and why Jesus is called our high priest, as Cockerill leads you into the mystery, symbolism, and practical application of Hebrews.
- Title: Wesleyan Bible Commentary: Hebrews
- Author: Gereth Lee Cockerill
- Publisher: Wesleyan Publishing House
- Publication Date: 1998
- Pages: 316
About Gereth Lee Cockerill
Gereth Lee Cockerill is a professor of New Testament and biblical theology at Wesley Biblical Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. He is the New Testament editor of The Wesley Bible and writes Bible study material for adult Sunday school curriculum. He has written scholarly articles, is involved in several research and writing projects, and most summers serves as a camp meeting Bible teacher. He is also a former missionary with The Wesleyan Church in Sierra Leone, West Africa.