How is Deuteronomy 32 used in Hebrews 10:30? This article is an argument for the translation "vindicate" rather than "judge" in Hebrews 10:30. The context of Deuteronomy 32 is explored in greater detail, followed by a detailed look at the situation of the letter to the Hebrews. Finally, the article looks at how the translation "vindicate" contributes to the exegesis of Hebrews 10.
Many Christians wrestle with the question of whether they have blasphemed against the Holy Spirit. It is understood to be the unpardonable sin (see Matthew 12:32; Mark 3:29; Luke 12:10; Hebrews 6:4–5; Hebrews 10:26). The author proceeds to look at what has been said about this sin in past times and also in the present.
This article is a Bible study on Hebrews 10:26-39.
This article is a Bible study on Hebrews 10:19-25.
This article is a Bible study on Hebrews 10:1-18.
Cardinal Robert Bellarmine (1542–1621), Pope Clement VIII’s personal theologian and one of the most able figures in the Counter-Reformation movement within sixteenth-century Roman Catholicism, once wrote: “The greatest of all Protestant heresies is _______ .” What do you think he said? This article is about assurance of faith (assurance of salvation).