The title of this blog is taken from the opening words of the Greek text of the Book of Hebrews and may be translated "in many and various ways" (NRSV). This blog will explore the many and various ways in which the Book of Hebrews has been interpreted throughout the centuries.
Expect to see resources on Hebrews, reviews and summaries about articles and books on Hebrews, news about research in Hebrews, information about websites dedicated to Hebrews, and anything else pertinent to the study of Hebrews.
Disclaimer: This blog is a service to the church and academia. Posting resources on this blog, does not necessarily constitute an endorsement of the views expressed in any of these resources. I trust that my learned readers can use the resources appropriately and make up their own minds regarding the quality and accuracy of these resources.
The picture in the heading is of P46, the oldest, extant manuscript containing the Book of Hebrews.
I have a Ph.D. in New Testament from Baylor University. My dissertation is entitled, "The Characterization of Jesus in the Book of Hebrews." I am currently Visiting Assistant Professor of New Testament at Gardner-Webb University.