In the first century of Christianity, one of the common areas of confusion was how believers should respond to the Law of Moses. Issues related to this were not simple, and serious arguments are often recorded for us in the New Testament in regards to these matters. As many of us know, more than one of the apostle Paul’s letters makes reference to them. Some of these include the epistles of Romans and Galatians. For us today, one of the best books for helping us to properly understand these concerns is the Letter to the Hebrews.
At thirteen chapters in length, it is a rather long and detailed text that explores such topics as Jesus’ superiority to angels, Moses, and His status as our High Priest. All such truths would have been absolutely stunning to anyone familiar with the Pentateuch. Nonetheless, the Holy Spirit sought to preserve this great and challenging work, and we can learn a lot from studying it regularly.
If you’d like to hear a couple of samples of my recordings for this letter, please check out some lower quality versions of my readings of chapter 6 or chapter 11. Having completed this book, I’m glad to say that every letter from Galatians through Jude has now been finished.
The next text that I’m focusing on is the Gospel of Luke. Although I have an idea of how long that will take, I tend to have a bad track record of judging such things, so hopefully I will complete it in a somewhat timely manner. Thanks for your patience with this project of mine!
Audio Recordings in Brief
Totals for All Recordings
Duration of All Recordings: 3 hours, 34 minutes, and 33 seconds
All Books Recorded: 18 of 27
All Chapters Recorded: 76 of 260
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