The Hebrews and the General Epistles, and the reception thereof, have contributed significantly to the development of Christian thought and practice. Due to the emphasis placed upon Paul in recent centuries however, there has been a tendency to neglect these
works. This course will consider these works, situating them within their time and place, and also consider what significance they might hold for Christian thought and practice in the contemporary world.
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