The Epistles to the Hebrews — Internet Resources

The links on this page provide a starting point for some resources
on the Epistles to the Hebrews which are available on the Internet.
It is intended to assist students in a class on the Epistles to the Hebrews.
New links would be appreciated.

Where Else to Look at

The SCHOLARLY and BIBLE PLACES pages will have many useful links. Spend some time getting acquainted with the resources available.

Bible Versions
Some of these sources allow you to listen to the text

The NET Bible. Use on the Internet or download for your own use. Excellent translator notes. Search from the bottom of this page.
Bible Gateway to search for truth. Search NASB, NIV, RSV and other versions.
The International Standard Version. A new translation available in several formats.

The Audio Bible. Listen to the KJV of John read by Alexander Scourby.
J. B. Phillips Translation of the New Testament. A modern speech translation. Good maps by Gordon Smith.

Use the NET Bible Online (Leave verse blank to load entire chapter). Use the NEXT Bible learning environment.
Also contains audio of the NET Bible.

(e.g., 1 Pet 1 or Christian)

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Try the Greek. Then scroll over the words.

Commentaries by Restoration Movement Scholars

Coffman's Commentary on Hebrews. Currently not available online.
The People's New Testament. B.W. Johnson, 1891. Check Volume II.

Commentaries by Denominational Scholars
(Some of these sources are premillennial. Some are Calvinistic. Study with discernment.)

Commentaries. Some of the older commentaries are available. Jamieson, Fausset & Brown; Matthew Henry; A.T. Robertson, Word Pictures. Take special care in the use of sources like the Scofield Reference Notes (dispensational theology).
Robertson's Word Pictures of the New Testament.

Dr. Thomas L. Constable. Notes on the epistles. Dallas Theological Seminary. Dispensational. Click on Study Notes, then Hebrews. PDF.

Manuscript and Textual Information

Interpreting Ancient Manuscripts Web. Excellent information regarding manuscripts.

Notes on the Greek Text

Notes on the Greek New Testament. By Peter Misselbrook. Can be helpful to the non-Greek. Click on The Rest, then the book you wish to study. Material on Hebrews is availalbe in 10 individual lessons in Word.

Listen to the Epistle to the Hebrews in Greek

Audio of the Greek New Testament. Reading of Westcott Hort Greek Testament by Marilyn Phemister.

Resources on the Hebrews

Online Text and Resources. Check Hebrews in the list of contents. Some, but not all, of the material here will reflect a liberal perspective. You should also check the other books in our study.

Word Studies

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words. Search for any word in the New Testament. A great source.

Workbooks by Brethren in the Restoration Movement

Workbook on the Epistle to the Hebrews. David Padfield. Includes NKJV. PDF.
Final Epistles and Revelation. Adult study by Gene Taylor. PDF. Hebrews begins withLesson Six.

Articles and Essays on the Hebrews

Hebrews: Introduction, Argument, and Outline. Daniel B. Wallace. Available in Word.
Archegos in the Salvation History of the Epistle to the Hebrews. J. Julius Scott, Jr. JETS article, March, 1986.

Maps and Diagrams

Plan of Herod's Temple. At Bible Atlas Online by Access Foundation.
Bible Atlas Online. For maps that might be helpful in this study check Chapter 19 - The First Jewish Revolt.

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Notify us of dead links and sites that might be suitable for including here. Online 10-17-06.