Excerpt from An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, Vol. 3: With Preliminary Exercitations
Tan general concernments of this Epistle, have all of them been discussed and cleared in the precedia Exercitations and Discourses. The things and matters con rmed in them, we therefore here suppose, and take for granted. And some of these are of such a nature, that without a demonstration of them, a' genuine and perspicuous declaration of the design of the author, and of the sense of the Epistle, cannot be well founded or carried on. Unto them therefore we must remit the reader, who desires to peruse the ensuing Exposition with pro fit and advantage. But yet, because the manner of the hand ling of things in those Discourses, may not be so suited to the minds of all who would willingly inquire into the Exposition itself, I shall here make an entrance into it, by Is in down some such general principles and circumstances of t e pistle, as may give a competent pros ct into the design and argument of the apostle, in the whole t ereof.
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