Epistle to the Hebrews : expository lectures Volume Two : Chapters 8 to 13
The author says: “This portion of Scripture bears very forcibly on many questions of the day; but my desire was rather to dwell on the positive and unchanging doctrines of revelation, believing that the only real preservative against error is the spiritual perception and enjoyment of the truth as it is in Jesus.’’ Singularly independent in his line of thinking, and unconventional in his way of expressing his thoughts, the author has succeeded in throwing much and varied light upon the high argument of the apostle. The book is a rare outcome of sanctified genius. (2 Volumes)
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|Author:||Adolph Saphir (1831-1891|