NT422/432/622/632 The Epistle to the Hebrews
Hebrews is a unique book in that it moves from beautiful images of Jesus and His work to powerful and serious warnings for those who would suppose to follow Him. This subject examines the historical situation that gave rise to this epistle as well as studying the major themes that emerge from it.
|Subject Code||NT422 - Undergraduate (English)|
|NT622 - Graduate (English)|
|NT432 - Undergraduate (Greek)|
|NT632 - Graduate (Greek)|
|Pre-requisites||NT301/501 and NT302/502 and OT303/503|
|Study Modes||MST Wantirna Campus or Distance|
|Next Available||Semester 2, 2016|
The On-Campus mode of this subject will require a time commitment of roughly 10-12 hours per week, which is made up of both lecture/in-class time and self directed study.
The Distance mode of this subject will require a time commitment of roughly 10-12 hours per week in total.
Assessments will be advised first week of class.
Recommended Text Books
English & Greek
- Mason, E. F. & K. B. McCruden, Reading the Epistle to the
Hebrews: A Resourse for Students (Atlanta: Society of Biblical
- Lane, W. L., Hebrews (Word Biblical Commentary; Dallas:
Word, 1991, 2 vols.)
- O’Brien, Peter T., The Letter to the Hebrews (Pillar New
Testament Commentary; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2010)
- Cockerill, Gareth Lee, The Epistle to the Hebrews (New
International Commentary on the New Testament; Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,