William Varner proposes that Jude is the author of Hebrews.
Frederik Mulder spotlights David Moffitt's new dissertation on Hebrews, which argues that Jesus' resurrection is central to the author's argument, while Matthew Montonini draws attention to Gary Cockerill's forthcoming commentary in the NICNT series. Although these authors take different perspectives on what is going on in Hebrews, both will be excellent works that should shape the discussion on Hebrews for years to come.
Ken Schenck reflects on the meaning of "resting from his works" in Hebrews 4:10. Ken also notes that the author of Hebrews does use allegory, despite the fact that many scholars are adverse to this idea. Ken also offers excerpts on Hebrews 13:9-14 and on the Date of Hebrews.
Peter Leithart offers a Eucharistic meditation on Hebrews 12:22-23.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Hebrews Carnival November 2011
Posted by Brian Small at 11:59 PM
Labels: Authorship, Blogs, Date, Eucharist, Hebrews 12, Hebrews 13, Hebrews 4, Jude, New Books
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