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The Father is seen bringing back His Son to this earth, for it is on earth that both
human enemies and Satan himself are, at Christ's coming, put beneath His feet.
See Revelation 19.11-21. Compare I Corinthians 15.25, which we have noted ...
Although He has judged human sin once upon a Substitute, Christ, God will not "
save every one," as the Univer- salists claim. For human choice is not invaded: "I
would," said Christ, "but ye would not." Neglecting, despising, turning away, most
Marvel of marvels, of both Divine mercy and Divine wisdom! Our Lord. •Tbus
Christ is Priest— not of the human race, but of "them that are of faith" (Gal* 3.7;
Rom. 4.11). tTbe words "since then," which begin vs. 14, open out to us one side
of the ...
(e) And that inasmuch as Christ, rejected by the world and particularly by human "
religion," suffered "without the gate," fulfilling the type of the hody of the sin-
offering; we whose hopes are in Hesvni, should "go forth unto Him without the
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The depth of the comments are overwhelming. This commentary is NOT an easy read.
From the Dispensational view the comments are true, enlightening, & trustworthy. Newell
brings out Covenant information that sould be more developed, but is a good starting point.
The reader must be aware that Newell is a Calvinist. It is necessary to overlook the
Calvinistic doctrine through out the volume. I do recommend this volume for the Dispensational
aspects that are explained, even though, I think they could have been given more space
rather than his Calvinistic input.
"The student will find this a helpful volume on the English text much like Newell’s valuable work on Romans."
—Jim Rosscup, faculty associate, The Master’s Seminary, Sun Valley, CA
WHY TO HEBREWS
THE TEACHING OF BAPTISMS CHAPTER 62
THE NATURE OF THE CHURCH
THREE GREEK WORDS FOR PLACE
THREE ELEMENTS OF DIVINE FORGIVENESS
DELAYERS OF OUR LORDS COMING CHAPTER 1037
AUTHORSHIP OF HEBREWS
THE BOOKS WHICH FOLLOW HEBREWS