Hebrews 9 is challenging because it speaks about Christ and his covenant in ways that are, at first glance anyway, unfamiliar to us. As we’ll see, if we read chapter 9 in light of all of the Scriptures and if we reflect a little on our own experience, it’s not as foreign as it might seem. We are fortunate to have as our guide Dennis Johnson. He is a long-time student of the book of Hebrews. He did his doctoral work on the the relations between divine immutability (i.e., the doctrine that God does not change) and the incarnation in Hebrews (1984). He taught the book of Hebrews at WSC and he continues to study it. Here’s the episode.
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