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Lukan Authorship of Hebrews
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He makes a very strong case for the position that Luke wrote the Epistle to the Hebrews. I wish he'd aped Heb. His exclusive use of transliterated Greek words, rather than The Real Deal. IMHO, it's safe to assume that anyone interested in this topic would have at least a semester of NT Greek under his belt. SO -- what is the value of transliterated Greek words? Being able to pronounce the sounds of the words, while not knowing the meaning, can help an uneducated pulpiteer pose as an erudite scholar, perhaps.
Readers who love the New Testament enough to read it in the Greek find the labor of reverse-translating english phonemes back into the more familiar Greek words really annoying, and irksome. This is the closest to a 'who dunnit' mystery novel that I will ever read, as I try to fill my reading time with books that inform. This is one of those questions that I've thought "When I get to heaven, I would like to ask God who wrote Hebrews," but by then I probably wouldn't care anymore as it would be irrelevant. Fortunately, David Allen's book sheds enough light on this question to satisfy anyone who has been more than a little curious about this outstanding mystery.
Allen puts together a very convincing forensics case that Luke, author of the Gospel of Luke and of Acts and the travelling companion of Paul, was the author of Hebrews. In addition to a reasonably satisfying answer as to the authorship of Hebrews, I learned a great deal about the literary structure and theology of Hebrews, as well as the many similarities of Hebrews to the gospel of Luke and Acts.
For those interested in the message of Hebrews, William Lane's condensed commentary "Hebrews: A Call to Commitment" is also highly recommended. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Allen provides a great deal of textual evidence for his theory of the Lukan Authorship of Hebrews but i would not be so affirmative with the weight of the evidence; that evidence maybe could be used also as to support Luke as the Scribe.
Having said that, all that textual evidence is highly useful to illuminate both the nature of Hebrews and its relationship to the rest of the New Testament. I hope the research might continue and scholars keep struggling with the issue of Hebrews authorship; looking for more evidence. This search for authorship evidence brings to light a better comprehension of the nature and features of Hebrews' text, style and message.
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One person found this helpful. I am not usually interested in extended authorship discussions, but this book not only convinced me about the authorship of Hebrews and kept my attention, it taught me a host of interesting things about Hebrews. Allen poses fair arguments for the Lukan theory. He gives the pros and cons with equal weight and support.
Well written and eazy to understand. I purchased this book for a research paper I was doing for a religion class. It had great information on the subject I was needing and came in brand new condition just like it said. Allen makes a convincing case for Luke's authorship of Hebrews, and that Luke was not a gentile but a Jew. The prose of the book is certainly more like Luke.
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