Hebrews For You

Giving You an Anchor for the Soul

Applied expository guide to Hebrews—a book that shows us how and why Jesus is better than anything else.

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We are all tempted to drift away from Jesus, but in the book of Hebrews God gives us an anchor: a detailed understanding of how and why Jesus is better than anything else.

Seminary professor Michael J. Kruger unpacks this rich book verse by verse. He explains the Old Testament background, gives plenty of application for our lives today, and shows us how Jesus is the fulfilment of all God’s work on earth. He encourages us to live by faith in Jesus—the only anchor for our souls.




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  1. The Son in All His Glory – (1:1-14)
  2. A Great Salvation – (2:1-18)
  3. Look and Listen – (3:1 – 4:11)
  4. The Living Word – and the Perfect Priest (4:12 – 5:10)
  5. A Sober Warning – (5:11 – 6:12)
  6. An Anchor for Our Souls – (6:13 – 7:28)
  7. A Better Covenant – (8:1 – 9:14)
  8. Nothing but the Blood of Jesus – (9:15 – 10:18)
  9. Don’t Quit – (10:19-39)
  10. Confident Faith, Radical Obedience – (11:1-22)
  11. The Marks of True Faith – (11:23 – 12:3)
  12. Run to Zion – (12:4-29)
  13. Pleasing to God – (13:1-25)

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Weight 0.301 kg
Dimensions 21.34 × 13.46 × 1.78 cm
Book Author/s

Michael J. Kruger








About the Author
Michael J. Kruger

Michael J. Kruger

Michael J. Kruger (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is President and the Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, Charlotte, NC, and the author of a number of books and articles on early Christianity. He is one of the leading scholars today in the study of the origins of the New Testament, particularly the development of the New Testament canon and the transmission of the New Testament text. He is the author of numerous books including The Gospel of the Savior (Brill, 2005), The Heresy of Orthodoxy (Crossway, 2010, with Andreas Köstenberger), Canon Revisited (Crossway, 2012), and The Question of Canon (IVP, 2013). He is also the editor of A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament (Crossway, 2016), and co-editor of The Early Text of the New Testament (Oxford, 2012), and Gospel Fragments (Oxford, 2009).
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