Brings one of the most contemporary authoritative commentaries to a wider audience, examining the structure and providing a step-by-step analysis of the text. Holds up the Epistle to the Hebrews as a shining example of Christian preaching, which constantly conforms to the rules of Semitic rhetoric, including various genres of parallelism, synonymis, antithesis and complementarity, and obeying a concentrically symmetrical schema.Vanhoye, Albert, Author
Albert Vanhoye, born in Hazebrouck (France) in 1923, entered the Society of Jesus in 1941. He obtained his Licence in Lettres from the Sorbonne, his Licenses in Philosophy and Theology in his Order
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