A New Testament Commentary: Hebrews
:Almost three-quarters of a century after Hebrew believers turned the world upside down, much of the church at Jerusalem had become mired in the legalistic trenches of Judaism and mixed the Mosaic law with their faith in Christ. Like a...
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:Almost three-quarters of a century after Hebrew believers turned the world upside down, much of the church at Jerusalem had become mired in the legalistic trenches of Judaism and mixed the Mosaic law with their faith in Christ. Like a disease, this tainted doctrine spread to rest of the church, provoking the apostle Paul to respond with what has become one of the most intricate and astounding revelations of Jesus Christ in the New Testament.
Using historic biblical detail and nuances from the original Greek, Bob Yandian dissects Paul's brilliant argument for the superiority of Jesus Christ, starting with an introduction to the hypostatic union. Yandian then goes on to explore, verse-by-verse, several other themes including the walk of maturity, the reality of authority, and the importance of faith. Yandian's commentary is concerned not only with enlightenment, but with application as believers are challenged to take their place as coheirs of the risen and glorified King of Kings
Bob Yandian, pastor of Grace Fellowship in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has an anointing and extensive teaching background that enables him to convey the uncompromised Word of God with an everyday practical clarity. Primarily, Bob ministers to students of the Word--fellow full-time ministers, congregational members, and Bible school students.A graduate of Trinity Bible College, Bob studied under its director and founder, Charles Duncombe, a contemporary and companion of Smith Wigglesworth. Bob also studied Greek at Southwestern College in Oklahoma City.In 1972 Bob began teaching regularly at Grace Fellows