The Epistle to the Hebrews holds together many affirmations that, at first glance, seem to be opposite: Unknown background with some of the most well-known statements in the Bible, rootedness in both Greco-Roman and Jewish cultures, a robust commitment to Jesus’ humanity alongside some of the highest affirmations of his divinity, assurances of salvation joined with some of the most fearful statements about God. Join this lecture to get an overview of this amazing book as well as investigate the unity in many of its key polarities.
Sunday, October 31 | 10-10:45am in the Parlor
Questions & Registration
The class will be led by Amy Peeler. Registration is not needed to attend this class.