Reformed Expository Bible Study: Hebrews: Standing Firm in Christ (Paperback)
How do we stand firm in faith? Throughout the ages, Christians have experienced persecution, spiritual apathy, and suffering of all kinds. The book of Hebrews captures our deep struggles and, with a message of hope and warning, points us to the surpassing supremacy of Jesus Christ.
This Reformed Expository Bible Study is designed for personal and group use. Each lesson connects to the rest of the Bible and holds to the same standards as the Reformed Expository Commentary series: a high view of Scripture; a Christ-centered focus; a Reformed theological basis; and an emphasis on personal application and prayer.
Publication Date: April 2020
Topic: Bible Study
Scripture Reference: Hebrews
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—Harry Reeder, Senior Pastor, Briarwood Presbyterian Church
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“Jon Nielson asks questions on the text that will make the reader think. . . . The Reformed Expository Bible Study series will help readers to understand every text in light of the whole of the Bible—as well as the person and work of Christ.”
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Jon Nielson is senior pastor of Spring Valley Presbyterian Church in Roselle, Illinois, and the author of Bible Study: A Student’s Guide. He has served in pastoral positions at Holy Trinity Church, Chicago and College Church, Wheaton, Illinois, and as director of training for the Charles Simeon Trust.
Richard Phillips is the senior minister of Second Presbyterian Church of Greenville, South Carolina. He is a on the board of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology. A prolific author, he is the co-editor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series.