Multiplicity of Divine Persons in O.T. and Hebrews

In Hebrews 1, the writer cites various OT passages in which God speaks to his exalted Son in a way in which he has never spoken to angels.A number of these passages find partial fulfilments in OT Messianic figures. For instance, consider YHWH’s statement to David about his son, ‘I will be to him a…

Hebrews 1 and its Use of Scripture — Thoughts on Scripture

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