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The Epistle to the Hebrews has long suffered from anonymity. There is anonymity of both author and recipients because these details are not included in the text of the letter. Such anonymity makes the document suspect in the minds of some for it provides no specificity of its intended meaning within a given context.” James A. Fowler concludes that the evidence overwhelming points to the traditional explanation of the Apostle Paul writing from Rome to the Hebrew Christians in Jerusalem, Fowler interprets the text of the Epistle accordingly, allowing for an historically based interpretation that provides definitive specificity to the text. The Epistle to the Hebrews “comes alive” in this commentary.

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