The book of Hebrews presents interpretive challenges and theological comparisons unrivaled in the New Testament. What is needed is a volume that puts this demanding yet rewarding information in an accessible and useful format. Enter Charts on the Book of Hebrews
In the first section of his volume, Bateman treats introductory matters such as the authorship, date, and recipients; genre; structure; and canonicity. Part 2 is given over to the all-important use of the Old Testament and the Second Temple; while part 3 is devoted to theological issues such as the exalted Christology, salvation, and warning passages. Part 4 treats exegetical concerns such as text-critical issues, figures of speech, and key words in Hebrews.
Along with other volumes in the Kregel Charts of the Bible series, it concludes with a helpful commentary secction and complete bibliography to help students and pastors make full use of the charts.