The author of Hebrews places Jesus Christ as the great high priest, the only one who could perform the eternal atoning sacrifice. Faith in Christ is manifest in righteous works, and the faithful will be blessed under the chastening of God.
The Epistle to the Hebrews: A New Rendition, Michael D. Rhodes and Richard D. Draper
Read here the full epistle of Hebrews in a new rendition, with headings that help identify themes. Formats available are reading online (HTML), Amazon Kindle, Deseret Book, and PDF (best for printing).
Epistle to the Hebrews, BYU New Testament Commentary, Richard D. Draper and Michael D. Rhodes,available for purchase in hardcover and ebook through BYU Studies, 854 pages, $29.99
The Epistle to the Hebrews is a faith-filled testimony of Jesus Christ. This commentary is the most comprehensive study of the epistle that Latter-day Saint scholars have yet produced.
The commentary removes many of the barriers that hinder the reader from understanding this complex work. The volume is not written for an academic audience but for anyone interested in a detailed examination of this highly spiritual and insightful work.
“LDS Church Leaders’ Use of Hebrews 8-13,” Chris Brockman
This paper shows what passages Church leaders have cited most frequently; which Church leader cited that passage most often; and examples of how they incorporated the passage into their teachings.
Videos of BYU New Testament Commentary Conferences on Hebrews
Understanding Pistis: Trust Becoming Faithfulness (Hebrews 11), Brent J. Schmidt
How Hebraic Is Hebrews?, Avram Shannon
Panel Discussion, Richard D. Draper and Michael D. Rhodes