Item description for Hebrews (LifeChange) by Navigators...
Overview THE SUPERIORITY OF CHRIST Jewish Christians are under fire from their nonChristian kinsmen for neglecting the Jewish traditions. Faced with hostility, the loss of jobs, and worse, many of them are tempted to hide their faith in Christ and revert back to the Jewish customs. Then a trusted mentor reminds them in a strong, clear letter that Christ is far superior to anything Judaism offers. The letter to the Hebrews reigns unchallenged as the New Testament's finest commentary on the relationship between Christ and the Old Testament. Its stirring message will challenge you to live wholeheartedly for Him in every situation.
Publishers Description Jewish Christians were under fire from their kinsmen for neglecting the Jewish traditions. Faced with hostility, the loss of jobs, and worse, many were tempted to hide their faith in Christ. Then a trusted mentor reminded them in a strong, clear letter that Christ is far superior to anything Judaism offers. The 19 sessions of this Bible study on the book of Hebrews explore all aspects of this fascinating letter. If using in a group, personal study is needed between meetings. Includes study aids and discussion questions.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.48" Width: 5.54" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1999
Publisher NAV PRESS #111
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
Series LifeChange Bible Studies
ISBN 0891092722 ISBN13 9780891092728
Availability 0 units.
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Bent book, content fine Feb 5, 2010
One of the book covers was creased from a bend. Not that that affects the book content, but the quality of the product should be part of the review. As far the study, we are only in the fourth week, but so far it follows the life change format and delves deep. Not daily assignments...it's really more of an "in one sitting" type of study. We are enjoying it. It is as much as you want to put into it. There are extra questions on the sides that allow you to study related scriptures. We really enjoy the paragraphs of text that fill you in on background of the time or the words used in the original language. There are also ideas for small group study worship and the life application questions allow for personal goals.
Excellent commentary Dec 12, 2008
This commentary on the book of Hebrews is excellent. If you want to know more about growing your faith in Christianity - I highly recommend this book by the late Ray Stedman.
Hebrews Commentary Nov 11, 2008
Good supplement to my study on Hebrews. Not a detailed study but good thoughts.
A Masterpiece of Biblical Exposition and Scholarship Jan 25, 2006
Ray Stedman spent most of his life doing expository preaching to church congregations. He was, however a very solid scholar who read and studied widely --and remembered everything he read. This commentary, written near the end of his life, is meaty and tightly packed--worthy of careful study one page at a time. What emerges is a picture of Hebrews as an invitation to an exciting New Covenant adventure follwing Jesus our Trailblazer out of this world towards the same heavenly city Abraham foresaw. I often use Ray's book in teaching Hebrews to college students who right away catch the vision of the open-ended adventure we have been given under the New Covenant. Ray is never obscure, never stuffy never "merely academic."