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Scarcely any book of the New Testament (with the possible exception of Revelation) is so perplexing as the Letter to the Hebrews, but an anonymous Christian wrote some of the most elegant Greek in the Bible. This is the work that Alan Mitchell explains in this commentary.11 and 12, is quite complex, as the main verb, aquot;he entered, aquot; is placed in the next verse, separated by dependent clauses that describe the place of his arrival (v. 11) and how he performed his service (v. 12) (see Lane 2:237 and Koester, 407anbsp;...

Author:Alan C. Mitchell, Daniel J. Harrington
Publisher:Liturgical Press - 2007


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