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|Title:||A possible structure of Hebrews 3,7-10,39|
|Keywords:||Bible. Hebrews -- Commentaries|
Bible. Hebrews -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
|Publisher:||University of Malta. Faculty of Theology|
|Citation:||Swetnam, J. (1994). A possible structure of Hebrews 3,7-10,39. Melita Theologica, 45(2), 127-141.|
|Abstract:||A previous article on the structure of the Epistle to the Hebrews concluded that the section 1,1-3,6 is best divided according to a symmetrical pattern: after the exordium (1,1-4) comes a passage of exposition about the risen-exalted Christ as Son of God (1,5-14) followed by a brief paraenesis based on this exposition (2,1-4); then comes a passage of exposition on Jesus as son of Abraham, possibly under the title "Son of Man" (2,5-18), followed by a brief paraenesis based on this exposition (3,1-6).1 This review of the first article in the series on the structure of Hebrews has set the stage for the second, which will now analyze: Heb 3,7-10,39.|
|Appears in Collections:||MT - Volume 45, Issue 2 - 1994|
MT - Volume 45, Issue 2 - 1994
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