hebrews

  1. Jonathan95

    What does it mean to "forsake the assembling of ourselves together"?

    Hebrews 10:25 Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching. My question is, what exactly constitutes the breaking of this command? I was recently admonished due to my job requiring...
  2. Haeralis

    Development of the Popish Priesthood in the Early Church?

    It seems to me that the biblical evidence against the institution of any "priesthood" is enormous. The very idea harkens back to the Old Covenant, in which time the people of God needed mediators to communicate with Him. We know from the book of Hebrews, however, that the Old Covenant has found...
  3. M

    Hebrews (ABRIDGED) - John Owen

    I'm interested in buying the modern and abridged version of John Owen's commentary on Hebrews (Amazon link), which was published by Crossway. However, I would like to know if someone here has one and could comment on it. - Has the language been updated to modern English? I have read some...
  4. Office Hours

    The Sermon to the Hebrews: "Jesus is Really Better"

    The Season 4 series of Office Hours entitled "Jesus is Really Better" is complete! Now that the season is finished, you now have free access to an oral commentary on Hebrews by several world-class, pastor-scholars! If you haven't listened in, now is the time to do so! Grab your bible and follow...
  5. Office Hours

    Office Hours - The Sermon to the Hebrews: "Jesus is Really Better"

    The Season 4 series of Office Hours entitled "Jesus is Really Better" is past the halfway mark! If you haven't been tuning in, now is the time to do so! Grab your bible and follow along with our host, Dr. R. Scott Clark and various Professors of Westminster Seminary California. Introduction...
  6. Office Hours

    Office Hours with Joel Kim: Hebrews 3:1-6

    The Season 4 series of Office Hours entitled "Jesus is Really Better" continues. This episode features Joel Kim, Assistant Professor of New Testament, who takes us through Hebrews 3:1-6. Listen to this episode here: Hebrews 3:1-6: Joel Kim You can also listen to this episode with our WSC...
  7. Office Hours

    Office Hours with Joel Kim: Hebrews 2:14-18

    The Season 4 series of Office Hours entitled "Jesus is Really Better" continues. This episode features Joel Kim, Assistant Professor of New Testament, who takes us through Hebrews 2:14-18. Listen to this episode here: Hebrews 2:14-18: Joel Kim You can also listen to this episode with our WSC...
  8. Office Hours

    Office Hours with Dennis Johnson: Hebrews 2:1-13

    And we're back with the Season 4 series of Office Hours entitled "Jesus is Really Better." This episode features Dr. Dennis Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology, who takes us through Hebrews 2:1-13. Listen to this episode here: Hebrews 2:1-13: Dennis Johnson You can also listen to...
  9. Office Hours

    Office Hours with Dennis Johnson: Hebrews 1-2

    In this episode, Office Hours continues with the Season 4 series entitled "Jesus is Really Better" on the Epistle to the Hebrews. This episode features Dr. Dennis Johnson, Professor of Practical Theology, who begins where Dr. Baugh left off. Listen to this episode here: Hebrews 1-2: Dennis...
  10. Office Hours

    Office Hours with S.M. Baugh: Hebrews 1

    In this episode, Office Hours continues with the Season 4 series entitled "Jesus is Really Better" on the Epistle to the Hebrews. This episode features Dr. S.M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament, who explains Hebrews 1 and offers guidance when reading (or better, hearing) the letter as a whole...
  11. Office Hours

    Office Hours with S.M. Baugh: Introduction to Hebrews

    Office Hours kicks off the new season with S.M. Baugh, Professor of New Testament at WSC, to begin our series of a faculty study through the Epistle to the Hebrews. Listen now to this episode to begin to understand why Jesus is really better than first century religion and the old religion...
  12. M

    Warning Passages in Hebrews

    Hi all. I am looking for resources relating to the warning passages in Hebrews. Does anyone know of some good resources from a Reformed perspective? How do members of PB view the warning passages? Are they: (a) general pastoral warnings - there to encourage believers to simply press on in...
  13. C

    Hebrews and Belgic Confession

    If you subscribe to the Three Forms of Unity do you have to believe that Paul wrote the epistle to the Hebrews? From Article 4: Those of the New Testament are: the four Evangelists, viz., Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John; the Acts of the Apostles; the fourteen Epistles of the Apostle Paul...
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