The Letter to the Hebrews is surely one of Scripture's most enigmatic books. Its elegant yet sometimes strange language often puts it at arm's length for some believers, which keeps it from being taught, preached, and read as a Spirit-sanctifying book that forms our life with God. Yet no other biblical books make a stronger case for the indispensability of God's word -- scripted by the prophets and made definitive in the incarnation of God's Son -- for guiding believers into heaven.
Join us online for the Book of Hebrews Lectio series starting March 28, led by SPU's Paul T. Walls Professor of Scripture and Wesleyan Studies Robert W. Wall.
Posted: Friday, February 26, 2016