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A Glorious High Throne: Hebrews Simply Explained

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Other than Revelation, Hebrews is the most difficult New Testament book to understand clearly. It has often been said that in order to do so the reader must have a pretty thorough knowledge of the Old Testament, and especially of Leviticus. This probably rules out a disheartening percentage of today's Christians--hence the need for books such as this one. Professor Andrews ...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published November 1st 2003 by EP BOOKS
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Jan 15, 2013 Patrick rated it really liked it
A great book on Hebrews. I am sure that there are books that are more in depth. John Owen on Hebrews, for instance, but for laypeople and even those wanting to go deep this book makes the very involved book of Hebrews quite understandable. It was a joy to read through this book as we read through Hebrews together as a church. I gained so much from it and a higher view of Christ then ever before. Praise God!
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