Since there was only one blog post for July, the July and August blog posts are combined here:
Ken Schenck discusses the Ethnicity of Hebrews' Audience.
Henry Neufeld discusses David Alan Black's Rhetorical Analysis of Hebrews 1:1–4. Black's article, "Hebrews 1:1–4: A Study in Discourse Analysis," is now available online and has been added to the articles page.
Charles Savelle has a quote about Biblical Theology and the Book of Hebrews from Gerald Bray's article, "Biblical Theology and From Where It Came."
James McGrath identifies The Most Shocking Verse in Hebrews.
Ken Schenck declares that his Hebrews life is now complete.
Jared Calaway announces that his book, Sabbath and Sanctuary is now available in print from Mohr Siebeck. He also declares that Hebrews 9:23 Really Bothers Him.
Jacob Cerone links to an article he wrote on his post The Use of γράφω and its Compounds in Eusebius: Origen and Pauline Authorship of Hebrews?
Abram Kielsmeier-Jones has a lengthy post on Hebrews 11.
Saturday, August 31, 2013
Hebrews Carnival July & August 2013
Posted by Brian Small at 11:59 PM
Labels: Audience, Blogs, Hebrews 1, Hebrews 10, Hebrews 11, Hebrews 9
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You blog have been very helpful in my study of Hebrews. Very many thanks indeed!ReplyDelete