By Energion author Linda Estes.
From the forthcoming book Faith and Reason by Elgin L. Hushbeck, Jr. A quick way to end up in trouble is to see the Bible as mainly discussing what others should be doing. Faith and Reason, p. 41 (coming March 1, 2021)
I’m delighted to open this discussion and announcements area with a quote from Dr. David Alan Black, author of Energion books The Jesus Paradigm and Christian Archy: Seven reasons why I love the book of Hebrews: It exalts Jesus as our great leader. I therefore dare not exalt any human leader above Him. It reminds…
Dave Black’s comment is extracted on the Jesus Paradigm site. Dave Black comments on Origen and the authorship of Hebrews an essay. I’m still sticking with my statement in the study guide that it is impossible to be certain, even moderately so, regarding the authorship of the book.
No, there is nothing wrong with a disciplined system of Bible study. But there is everything wrong with worshipping your system or imposing it on others. — David Alan Black, Seven Marks of a New Testament Church, pp. 21-22.