Hebrew Christian Epistles
The Hebrew Christian Epistles were all written by prominent Jewish leaders who encountered and experienced the resurrected Christ. Their primary audience are the scattered Israelites. Unlike the Pauline epistles, the Hebrew Christian Epistles are more instructional and practical with a few exceptions (e.g. Hebrews). This is not unexpected since their audience already have a firm grasp of the Old Testament and Messianic Theology.
Join us in this discipleship study and learn more about the Hebrew Christian Epistles. This study will be cover the two letters of Peter; the three letters of John; the letter of James; the letter of Jude; and Hebrews (unknown author). An overview of each letter will be provided along with their corresponding highlights.