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Commentary on A Letter to Hebrews

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1.1–3.6a : The supremacy of Christ and the significance of his suffering.

1.1–14 : Christ's supremacy over the angels.

2–3a:

See Jn. 1.1–3; Wisd. 7.25 .

3 :

The idea of Christ's exaltation to a position of supreme authority (right hand) in the heavenly “court” is derived from Ps. 110.1 which is quoted in v. 13; 5.6; 7.21 where it is applied to Christ.

4 :

Jesus' title is “Son”; see vv. 2–3, 5 .

5 :

Ps. 2.7 (see Matt. 3.17 ); 2 Sam. 7.14 .

6 :

Deut. 32.43 Sept. (see Ps. 97.7 ).

7 :

Ps. 104.4 .

8–9 :

Ps. 45.6–7 .

1.10–12 :

Ps. 102.25–27 .

13 :

Ps. 110.1 .

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