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Hebrews 11-13

Hebrews 11-13

Hebrews 11-13

Last year, we together, internationally and ecumenically, read and prayed our way through the letter to the Hebrews Chapters 1-10.

Over the next four weeks, together we read and pray our way through Chapters 11-13.

What resources do you find useful?
What ideas do you have for working our way through this text? What ideas do you have for worship around this text? Hymns? Songs? Video clips? Maps? Stories? Any ideas and resources at all?

I have been asked for online resources to access reliable, trustworthy information around biblical material. After seeking advice, best I can come up with so far is The New Testament Gateway.

Some may be interested, how different the wordle looks for the original Greek!

Greek text of Heb 11-13

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4 thoughts on “Hebrews 11-13”

  1. This isn’t specific to this posting, but recently I came across this free Bible resource. It is accessable through a web browser on a Mac or a PC and has an app for both iOS and Android. It is the Bible in many translations and languages. Some even with spoken versions that will read aloud to you. You can also set up two versions for parallel comparison.


    1. The best general resource I know of for this Glorious Letter is:
      Richard Bauckham, et al, eds, The Epistle to the Hebrews and Christian Theology (Eerdmans, 2009). The book is a collection of papers given at the St Andrews Conference on Scripture and Theology, 2006. Chs 11-13 are addressed especially in the last section by a number of articles, and here and there throughout.

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