"Presents a doctrine of Scripture based on Hebrews in dialogue with Augustine and Calvin"
What vision of biblical authority arises from Scripture s own use of Scripture? This question has received surprisingly little attention from theologians seeking to develop a comprehensive doctrine of Scripture. "Today When You Hear His Voice "by Gregory W. Lee fills this gap by listening carefully to the Epistle to the Hebrews.
Lee illuminates the unique way that Hebrews appropriates Old Testament texts as he considers the theological relationship between salvation history and scriptural interpretation. He illustrates these dynamics through extended treatments of Augustine and Calvin, whose contrasting perspectives on the covenants, Israel, and the literal and figural senses provide theological categories for appreciating how Hebrews innovatively presents Scripture as God s direct address in the contemporary moment.
Today When You Hear His Voice
William B.\Eerdmans#Publishing Company
Scripture, the Covenants, and the People of God
Mind, Body & Spirit