Office Hours: Steve Baugh on Hebrews 7:18-28

Steve Baugh, Professor of NT at Westminster Seminary California, joins us for this episode Office Hours that takes a look at Hebrews 7:18–28. Does Hebrews teach that the Ten Commandments are no longer valid for Christians? What does “law” mean here? How did the old covenant expire? Why does Paul speak of the “weakness” of the law? Why don’t we kill animals in worship any longer? Why don’t Christians go to Jerusalem for Yom Kippur? If the sacrifices have been fulfilled why do Romanist priests continue to offer a daily propitiatory (wrath-turning) “sacrifice” of Christ’s body in the mass? Every Levitical (and Romanist) priest died and is replaced by another but Jesus is different. What does it mean to be the heirs of a covenant based on an oath taken by God? What are the spiritual benefits of having a permanent, undying priest? What about Jesus obedience? Was any of it for himself or was it all for us? I hope you’ll listen and share this episode with others.

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