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Finance Prof5 Stars Out Of 5Solving an 1,800 year old cold caseOctober 13, 2019Finance ProfQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This is the closest to a 'who dunnit' mystery novel that I will ever read, as I try to fill my reading time with books that inform. This is one of those questions that I've thought "When I get to heaven, I would like to ask God who wrote Hebrews," but by then I probably wouldn't care anymore as it would be irrelevant. Fortunately, David Allen's book sheds enough light on this question to satisfy anyone who has been more than a little curious about this outstanding mystery. Allen puts together a very convincing forensics case that Luke, author of the Gospel of Luke and of Acts and the travelling companion of Paul, was the author of Hebrews. In addition to a reasonably satisfying answer as to the authorship of Hebrews, I learned a great deal about the literary structure and theology of Hebrews, as well as the many similarities of Hebrews to the gospel of Luke and Acts. For those interested in the message of Hebrews, William Lane's condensed commentary "Hebrews: A Call to Commitment" is also highly recommended.
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