BIB2032/3 A Study in the Book of Hebrews


Welcome to this research guide for the Study in the Book of Hebrews. This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project and CRA paper.

A Study in the Book of Hebrews uses both analytical and topical studies to develop the main themes in the Epistle to the Hebrews. An introductory study of the structure of the book will help you see more clearly its relationship to the Old Testament and the pattern of its development. Historical information on the background of the book will give you a better understanding of its warnings and exhortations. An abundance of charts and outlines emphasize the main truths of the Epistle and will be of great value to those who wish to use any of them in preaching or teaching from Hebrews.

Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide. These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST.

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Hi! My name is Stephen Kuert. I am the professor for the Study in the Book of Hebrews course. Feel free to ask any question you might have about the course. This short document explains the theory and practices behind the Global University Instructional Design that seeks to approximate the interaction of a classroom professor with students.

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Stephen Kuert holds an MA  in Christian Leadership (2006) and an M.Div. (2020) from Global University.  He has been a full-time missionary since 2006 serving in Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, and Madagascar. The primary focus of his ministry is church planting, leadership development, and discipleship. He also works extensively with GU to develop new study initiatives within the French speaking world. He has authored eight books mostly dealing with the subject of missions. He is married to Bailey and they currently call Tulsa, Oklahoma (USA) home.

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