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The publication of Hebrews has usually been the Cinderella of the recent testomony, neglected and marginalized; and but it's the most fascinating and theologically major books within the New testomony. A Cloud of Witness examines the theology of the e-book within the gentle of its historical old context. There are chapters dedicated to the constitution of Hebrews, the individual of Jesus Christ, Hebrews in the context of moment Temple Judaism and the Greco-Roman empire and the function of Hebrews in early Christian proposal.
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