The Letter to the Hebrews

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William Barclay
Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1976 - Religion - 202 pages
In The Letter to the Hebrews, noted Scottish Bible interpreter William Barclay follows the formula of the Daily Study Bible by first giving the text of the day's study in his own translation, followed by two or three pages of commentary.
 

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Barclay's ‘The Daily Study Bible' has been cherished by millions throughout the world, and his style and popular appeal are renowned. His language and method are never academic, but always full of ... Read full review

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The works of this heretic are without peer in their Greek, history, and application. Barclay just did not accept orthodoxy, see his "The Apostiles Creed," for the depth of his heresy. An excellent preaching resource. Read full review

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Introduction to the Letter to the Hebrews
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About the author (1976)

William Barclay (1907-1978) is known and loved by millions worldwide as one of the greatest Christian teachers of modern times. His insights into the New Testament, combined with his vibrant writing style, have delighted and enlightened readers of all ages for over half a century. He served for most of his life as Professor of Divinity at the University of Glasgow, and wrote more than fifty books--most of which are still in print today. His most popular work, the Daily Study Bible, has been translated into over a dozen languages and has sold more than ten million copies around the world.

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