This book has two parts, both of which contain material not previously published.
The first part contains Charles Hodge's exegetical and expository notes on the letter to the Hebrews. These date from 1821, the year of his ordination, and 1842, when he delivered a series of lectures on Hebrews at Princeton Theological Seminary. Like his other published commentaries, this is an exegetical exposition, following Calvin's pattern of brevity and simplicity.
The sermons on Hebrews in Part Two supplement the commentary in Part One, providing the reader with a more expansive exposition and application of numerous key sections of Hebrews. Together they display Hodge's 'adoring love for Christ, ' and even more, Christ's love for his church.