The text of Hebrews, with critical and theological notes, by the editor of the three foundations of the now standard Nestle-Aland edition, is presented with extensive introduction and many critical and historical essays.
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The text of the Epistle to the Hebrews, with critical and theological notes, by the Bishop of Durham, whose edition of the New Testament (with Fenton Hort) is one of the three foundations of the now standard Nestle-Aland edition. An extensive introduction covers the title, history and purpose of the epistle, with a note on it as a response to the Epistle of Barnabas - which held, unlike Hebrews, that there was only one Covenant (that of Christianity) and the Jews had rejected it long since, whereas Hebrews holds that the Law was a salutory and historic discipline. Extensive critical and historical notes essay each chapter, and a concluding essay on relations with the Old Testament.