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The Son's Supremacy: A Guide to Hebrews is a non-fiction religion and philosophy book written by Michael Whitworth. Hebrews is the 19th book of the New Testament. As discussed in this book, it's arguably the most perplexing book in the New Testament. The author writes in the form of methodological argumentation, reflecting on both aspects of the Old Testament passages alongside Levitical sacrifices. The story is based on a character named Judah. As he patrols through the quiet streets of Antioch, he searches for the tomb of his only child, who died of a mysterious illness. What Judah questions is if there's any difference between being a Christian and being a Jew. Read through the pages as we explore this beautifully written non-fiction Christian book and discover the knowledge that it holds.
I like the insight that Michael Whitworth provides. The letter to the Hebrews is considerably more mysterious compared to other epistles in the New Testament. As outlined in this book, there are no definitive conclusions about its authorship, the period in which it was written, etc. There's a section of this book called 'HEBREWS Q&A' that I find exceptionally appealing. Here, the author offers several conclusions regarding whatever information was left out. While nowadays it seems different, Judaism was a permissible religion compared to Christianity, especially when Hebrews was written. This book acts as a guide to gaining an in-depth understanding of the Book of Hebrews. The knowledge shared is extremely profound, and I'd highly recommend it.