Hello, everyone. My name is Robert. I attend a Reformed Presbyterian church. I am a bibliophile with a penchant for old commentaries and theological books. I am new as a member to the forum but have used the Puritan Board as a resource for a while. I have been obsessed with Hebrews my entire Christian life. It has an immense amount of sentimental value to me. It was the first expository preaching series I heard right as the Lord called me out of darkness. This followed days after a series of painful trials that He used to break me down and renew me in Christ. I have been amassing commentaries and books inspired by Hebrews for some time now. The oldest being by Chrysotom, the newest being by William L. Lane and George H. Guthrie, and many in between. My goal is to absorb the best teachings from these great commentators and theologians. With the wealth of information gained from them, I am intending, God willing, to write a commentary that bridges the gap between scholarly and devotional. It would be in the same vein as J. C. Ryle's commentaries with a dash of Watson and a meticulous theological foundation such as Owen. Please do not think I am comparing myself to these great men but rather using them to convey the style I am aiming for. My wife says I write like a puritan. I suppose that is because that is what I mostly read. I am looking to connect with other authors and commentators on the forum. It would be nice to network with people who have went through the process and to bounce ideas back and forth. I would also love to hear from any one who has a fondness for Hebrews. For me, it would be my desert island book. I love the author's rich Christology, his brilliant use of the OT, and his pastoral care for his audience. What are your thoughts on Hebrews or some of your favorite books you have read in regards to it? Also, forgive me if this is the wrong place to start this thread as this is my first post. I pray the Lord's sovereign grace is upon you all.