Session 20 of 24 Are you ready for a detailed yet thoroughly enjoyable study of the most profound book ever written? Hour Twenty: The Hebrew Epistles,
Using sound scientific facts, historical analysis and biblical narrative, acclaimed teacher Dr. Chuck Missler weaves together a rich tapestry of information – providing an accurate understanding of Scripture’s relation to itself, to us and to the world at large.
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The Hebrew Epistles Outlined
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Hour Twenty: The Hebrew Christian Epistles
The Hebrew Christian Epistles
Not one of the last eight epistles is addressed to a church. These include disturbing warnings which seem to contrast with the assurances of the church epistles (Rom 8 vs. Heb 6 & 10; Eph 2 & Phil 1 vs. 2 Peter 1). Widely misunderstood; not retrograde, but a reach beyond… Conspicuous Jewish cast: Hebrews (“fathers” and “us”); James (“12 tribes scattered abroad”);
Peter’s: “the sojourners of the dispersion”); etc. There is no mention of the mystery of the Body of Christ; members who have died and risen with Christ; Jews and Gentiles being one new spiritual organism; Nothing of sitting together “in the heavenllies with Christ.” Contrast between the out-and-out guarantee of Romans 8 and the disturbing warnings of Hebrews 6:4-6 and 10:26-29!…between the lovely reassurances of Ephesians 2:7-10, Philippians 1:6 and warnings of 2 Peter 1:10, Revelation 2:5, 3:5. Why did God create us?…for individual fellowship with Himself. They lead to the First Epistle of John…
The Epistle to the Hebrews
The epistle to the Hebrews attends an even higher ground: the distinctives of the Priesthood of Christ vs. the priesthood of the covenant. The Lord’s priesthood began after He offered Himself on the cross. In Leviticus the priest only offered what had already been sacrificed (Lev 1:2-5). Aaron did not wear his high-priestly garments
until the already-slain burn offering was on the altar: (Lev 16:23, 24). [The Passover Lamb was before Aaron was appointed; offered by the head of household; not a Levitical offering! (Ex 24:5, et al.)] “Blood of the new covenant”: a once-and-for-all never-to-be-repeated redemption sacrifice. The Problem: the Temple was still standing in the way.
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