NEW from D A Carson – 4 video lectures on the book of Hebrews – Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

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Each video is one lecture on the book of Hebrews from Dr. Carson’s Spring 2013 Acts, Pauline, and General Epistles course at the Deerfield campus of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. In these four lectures, Dr. Carson covers the basic questions involved in interpreting Hebrews such as authorship, date of composition, and intended audience, as well as covering its content and focusing in particular on major themes of Christology. Hebrews is unique in the New Testament in its explanation of Christ’s high priestly work and its extended application of Yom Kippur imagery to Jesus’ death and resurrection. Dr. Carson highlights the unique, once-for-all quality of Jesus’ sacrificial death as presented by Hebrews as well as the reality of Christ’s ongoing high priestly ministry on behalf of believers.

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LECTURE 1 of 4

In the first lecture of this four-part series on the Book of Hebrews, Dr. Carson looks at the introduction to the book, the significance of the idea of “better,” and explores Old and New Testament occurrences of the phrase “You are my Son; today I have become your Father.”

For LECTURES 2, 3 and 4 click here – http://divinity.tiu.edu/media-resources/video/teds-lecture-series-d-a-carson/. You will also have the option of downloading the text for each video in pdf form, as well as downloading each video to iTunes.

Lecture 2 of 4 – Carrying on in the Book of Hebrews, Dr. Carson highlights the Biblical trajectory of entering God’s rest, walks through understanding passages in a moralizing and typological way, discusses how to preach particular passages in Hebrews, and points out what he sees as the definition of a true Christian.

Lecture 3 of 4 – Dr. Carson’s third lecture on Hebrews focuses on perseverance and preservation of the saints, with discussions on the doctrine of Christian assurance and its implications for pastoral ministry and evangelism. He also begins to lay the groundwork for the next lecture on the king-priest figure of Melchizedek.

Lecture 4 of 4 – In the final lecture on Hebrews, Dr. Carson digs into what the Old and New Testament writers say about priesthood, law, covenant, and sacrifice, and the “once-for-all” effect of the death of Jesus.

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