A Thematic Study
The letter to the Hebrews is addressed to individuals contemplating a decisive change in their lives, discouraging them from a course of action which placed their very salvation in peril. The writer repeatedly urges his readers to hold fast to their hope, to revive their faltering faith and to rouse themselves to new efforts. This book examines the masterly way the inspired writer appeals to the Old Testament and shows why the entire argument of the epistle is designed to establish the superiority of the new Christian order. It picks up the passionate feelings of both writer and readers, and whose the momentousness importance of the role of Jesus Christ, "God having provided some better thing for us"