Other than Revelation, Hebrews is the most difficult New Testament book to understand clearly. It has often been said that in order to do so the reader must have a pretty thorough knowledge of the Old Testament, and especially of Leviticus. This probably rules out a disheartening percentage of today's Christians--hence the need for books such as this one. Professor Andrews has tackled the task of unraveling the twists and turns of Hebrews with obvious enthusiasm and equally obvious integrity. None of the 'problem passages" is ignored, and none of the text is glossed over, while careful scholarship is made accessible by the use of apt illustrations. Best of all, every page is full of Christ and 'the grace of God that brings salvation' (Titus 2:11).