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5 - Divine Discourse and the Structure of Hebrews

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 August 2020

Madison N. Pierce
Affiliation:
Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Teds)
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This chapter shows how the patterns of speech outlined in the previous chapters support proposals for a tripartite structure of Hebrews; however, these patterns are especially prevalent in the first two sections, but break down some in the third. This chapter discusses the spoken quotations in the third section of Hebrews (10:19–13:25) and demonstrates how the author develops his motifs from the previous sections. This section also shows how the author’s spoken quotations relate to the opening prologue in which the Father speaks “to us” through the Son, even though no quoted speech from the Son is ever directed to the addressees in Hebrews.

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Divine Discourse in the Epistle to the Hebrews
The Recontextualization of Spoken Quotations of Scripture
, pp. 175 - 199
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

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