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Covenant and Sacrifice in the Letter to the Hebrews

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This study focuses in the way the letter to the Hebrews explains the christian doctrine of salvation by means of sacrificial symbols drawn from the old testament.Theories about the nature of sacrifice taken from the work of social anthropologists to show the underling meaning of these symbols and how they effect the meaning of this text.
In relating New Testament studies to the methods of the social science,this book differs from most writings about Hebrews,which are either historical studies or theological studies of the author's idea .Dr Dunnill assesses Hebrews, not as an argument,but as an act of symbolic communication :he thus aims to identify some of its underling structures and reveal the source of its power.

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very clean and clearpages

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Number of pages:
297

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This study focuses in the way the letter to the Hebrews explains the christian doctrine of salvation by means of sacrificial symbols drawn from the old testament.Theories about the nature of sacrifice taken from the work of social anthropologists to show the underling meaning of these symbols and how they effect the meaning of this text.
In relating New Testament studies to the methods of the social science,this book differs from most writings about Hebrews,which are either historical studies or theological studies of the author's idea .Dr Dunnill assesses Hebrews, not as an argument,but as an act of symbolic communication :he thus aims to identify some of its underling structures and reveal the source of its power.

Hard cover
An Excellent condition
very clean and clearpages

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
297

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