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Hebrews: Loving Christ’s Supremacy

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Hebrews: Loving Christ’s Supremacy

This anonymous author builds a brilliant sermon to arrest spiritual drift within the new Christian community, thus its relevance today. The eloquent, familiar words joined with story-telling skill shine insightful light on familiar Hebrew Bible stories, all because of the forever difference of Christ Jesus among us. The book of Hebrews’ brilliant, anonymous author builds the case for Christ as the fulfillment of Judaism, serving mankind as both priest and prophet, as mediator between heaven and earth.  By taking the two main offices of the Hebrew Scriptures and seeing their fulfillment in the person of Christ Jesus, the author builds an eloquent defense of Christ Jesus’ superiority over the old covenant (obedience to the Law) in the new covenant (grace through faith).  As you read the book of Hebrews, decide if you (and perhaps your friends in a Hebrew Bible Study group) think the writer believes there are two parallel universes, one being perfect (above) and one imperfect (below/earth), a kind of neo-Platonic thought seen today. Enjoy this audio lecture in CD format or MP3 instant digital download. Runtime: 1 hour 16 minutes

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Digital Download (MP3), CD


1 hour 16 minutes

2 reviews for Hebrews: Loving Christ’s Supremacy

  1. Anne (verified owner)

    This was interesting, inspiring and very informative. I have been wanting to explore Hebrews in more depth and you certainly not only laid the groundwork but enriched my further study of it with all your biblical studies and the inspiration you have gained along the way. Love how easy it is to download and listen! Thanks!

  2. Eric Nelson (verified owner)

    Just letting you know that my wife and I just listened to your “Hebrews” lecture. FABULOUS! Oh my gosh! If I had nothing but time, I’d take the next 6 months to study just that one book! Who knew that a book written nearly 2000 years ago would be so relevant to members of Christian churches today?!

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