Daily Gleanings: Origen on Hebrews (27 September 2019)

Peter Gurry draws attention to Matthew Thomas’s new essay about Origen’s comments on Paul’s possible authorship of Hebrews.

I’ve done the same thing as Peter. And we all have to rely on the expertise of others in various ways.

But Thomas’s argument stresses how important it is for us—as much as possible—to be familiar and in dialog with the primary sources for ourselves.

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