Course Description: The main purpose for the Book of Hebrews is to establish Jesus Christ as better than all other ways that came before. The author demonstrates how Christ is better than the Prophets, the Angels, than Moses, Aaron, the priesthood, the old covenants and what this all means for the life of the believer.
- To establish the purpose for the writing of the epistle.
- To follow the main themes through the context of the book.
- To trace the connection between this book and the Old Testament.
- To develop the areas covered in the epistle pertaining to the lives of today’s believers and the Church.
- Lectures 1-11: Christ is Better
- Lectures 12-18: Perfect Priest
- Lectures 19-23: New Covenant
- Lectures 24-28: Faith and Life of the Believer
Instructor: Lanny Hubbard
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