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It literally means "provoke to anger". We need community and unity. The original reference related to distance from Jerusalem. But let everything in my life be for the glory of God. It was bronze and covered both the front and back, though some officers had the lighter chain mail instead. For what: to do good works Ephesians , and because God loves us John and He wants to show His kindness to us Ephesians Why: Many reasons, a few of which are: to demonstrate His kindness Ephesians , we are His workmanship Ephesians , because He loves the world John ; because of His own purpose and grace, not because of anything we have done 2 Timothy For a discussion of when, see the question on Ephesians They were thus created for 'dishonor' and 'prepared for destruction', such that they inevitably will 'disobey the message' of the gospel, i.
Bible portal. At present, neither modern scholarship nor church teaching ascribes Hebrews to Paul. Gordon ascribes the authorship of Hebrews to Priscilla , writing that "It is evident that the Holy Spirit made this woman Priscilla a teacher of teachers". Originally proposed by Adolf von Harnack in ,  Harnack's reasoning won the support of prominent Bible scholars of the early twentieth century. Harnack believes the letter was written in Rome — not to the Church, but to the inner circle. In setting forth his evidence for Priscillan authorship, he finds it amazing that the name of the author was blotted out by the earliest tradition.
If Luke , Clemens, Barnabas, or Apollos had written it, Harnack believes their names would not have been obliterated. Believing the author to have been Priscilla , Ruth Hoppin posits that the name was omitted either to suppress its female authorship, or to protect the letter itself from suppression.
Also convinced that Priscilla was the author of Hebrews, Gilbert Bilezikian , professor of biblical studies at Wheaton College, remarks on "the conspiracy of anonymity in the ancient church," and reasons: "The lack of any firm data concerning the identity of the author in the extant writings of the church suggests a deliberate blackout more than a case of collective loss of memory.
The use of tabernacle terminology in Hebrews has been used to date the epistle before the destruction of the temple , the idea being that knowing about the destruction of both Jerusalem and the temple would have influenced the development of the author's overall argument. Therefore, the most probable date for its composition is the second half of the year 63 or the beginning of 64, according to the Catholic Encyclopedia.
However, there is no way to prove the actual dating of this writing, even from within the internal structure of the writing. Throughout the writing, all mentions of the priestly acts of worship are connected to the tabernacle in Sinai, as built by Moses, with no mention of the temple in Jerusalem.
An argument for a later date of the Hebrew text can be assumed due to the absence of any mention of the temple in Jerusalem. If the Hebrew writer composed this message after the first century it would be entirely possible that the destruction of the Jerusalem temple and that of the city of Jerusalem would not be relevant to the writer.
Thus, some academic scholars, such as Harold Attridge and Ellen Aitken, hold to a much later date of composition to the Hebrew writing, between CE. Scholars [ who? James and Paul represent the moderates of each faction, respectively, and Peter served as moderator.
It sets before the Jew the claims of Christianity — to bring the Jew to the full realization of the relation of Judaism to Christianity, to make clear that Christ has fulfilled those temporary and provisional institutions, and has thus abolished them. Those to whom Hebrews is written seem to have begun to doubt whether Jesus could really be the Messiah for whom they were waiting, because they believed the Messiah prophesied in the Hebrew Scriptures was to come as a militant king and destroy the enemies of his people.
Jesus, however, came as a mere man who was arrested by the Jewish leaders and who suffered and was crucified by the Romans. And although he was seen resurrected , he still left the earth and his people, who now face persecution rather than victory.
ribirthputel.tk The Book of Hebrews solves this problem by arguing that the Hebrew Scriptures also foretold that the Messiah would be a priest although of a different sort than the traditional Levitical priests and Jesus came to fulfill this role, as a sacrificial offering to God, to atone for sins. His role of a king is yet to come , and so those who follow him should be patient and not be surprised that they suffer for now. Some scholars today believe the document was written to prevent apostasy. Some have seen apostasy as a move from the Christian assembly to pagan ritual. In light of a possibly Jewish-Christian audience, the apostasy in this sense may be in regard to Jewish-Christians leaving the Christian assembly to return to the Jewish synagogue.
The author writes, "Let us hold fast to our confession". The book could be argued to affirm special creation. Hebrews is a very consciously "literary" document. This letter consists of two strands: an expositional or doctrinal strand, [—14] [—18] [—14] [—] [—25] and a hortatory or strongly urging  strand which punctuates the exposition parenthetically at key points as warnings to the readers.