Are You Ready to Go Deeper?
- Reading Books and Listening to Talks is Not Enough
- Not All Apologetics Methods Are Created Equally
- A Degree is More Than a Piece of Paper
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The primary purpose of the book of Hebrews is to
The epilogue to the book of Hebrews is in chapter 13.
Hebrews does NOT teach that Jesus is our perfected high priest.
The author of Hebrews is pleased that he does not have to write to his recipients again concerning the fundamentals of the faith.
Jesus is considered a
According to the author of Hebrews, the exemplary life of faith displayed by those before us gives us all that we need to “run the race.”
A theme of the book of James is the testing of the believer’s faith which will both refine and reveal its quality.
By a “dead” faith James is referring to a nonexistent faith.
James uses which of the following analogies to describe the “tongue”
The book of Jude was written as an appeal to contend for the faith.