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Unformatted text preview: Jesus is the reflection of God’s glory. 2. In what manner does the author compare and contrast the Son to angels in 1:5-2:4? The Son is superior to the angels; the author says that the angels are only the mediators of God’s words, and the angels must be in attendance to the Son. 3. In what manner does the author compare and contrast the Son to Moses in 3:1-4:13? What is the significance of the “rest” or “Sabbath rest” in this text? 4. According to the following texts, what type of High Priest is Jesus? 2:14-18- Both merciful and faithful. 4:14-16- A high priest who has passed through the heavens, and he is able to sympathize with weaknesses. 5. Faith is defined in Hebrews 11:1 as “the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” How is faith exemplified and illuminated in chapters 11 and 12? By faith our ancestors received approval....
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- Fall '07
- New Testament, Christian terms, Moses, high priest, author compare