Studies in Hebrews

 

Studies in the book of Hebrews


The sermon for Hebrews 1:5-14 was inadvertently recorded with a faulty connector somewhere in the line. This means that there is a considerable amount of static in the recording. Still, the voice is very understandable all the way through, so, for the sake of completeness, we're including it here.

If you imagine yourself traveling in your car and listening to an AM radio station that is just a bit too far away, it will help! :-)


 This is the slide that goes with the sermon for Hebrews 1:1-4, Part 1. The Chiasm (KEY-a-sim) is a linguistic device used in the first century where certain points (here paired by colors) go together from the outside in, stating the same or similar information. The most important point of the chiasm is in the center.  It gets its name from the Greek letter Chi (KEY) which looks exactly like our letter "X."

This is the slide that goes with the sermon for Hebrews 1:1-4, Part 1. The Chiasm (KEY-a-sim) is a linguistic device used in the first century where certain points (here paired by colors) go together from the outside in, stating the same or similar information. The most important point of the chiasm is in the center.

It gets its name from the Greek letter Chi (KEY) which looks exactly like our letter "X."

 This is the pointing I refer to at the end of the sermon on Hebrews 11:4-7

This is the pointing I refer to at the end of the sermon on Hebrews 11:4-7

Unfortunately, we still live in a fallen world. The sermons for Hebrews 13:1-6 and Hebrews 13:7-16 are unavailable.