Monday, January 1, 2018

Hebrews hiatus. Question set #LAST What's New?


Due to service time schedules and changes in Sunday programming, my class is going on hiatus from Hebrews until January 7. I’ll still post questions or an activity that relates to Scripture on Mondays 12/18, 12/25, and 1/1. However, my class will not be discussing these questions.
On Wednesdays following each Sunday, I’ll post some form or answer and/or commentary on Monday’s post. This will be solely my commentary unless another source is cited. 

Here's this week's activity. You can do this while waiting for others to wake up or during lulls in the bowl games or when you take breaks while taking down the Christmas ornaments.

More like suggestions this time.

  1. The PDF file contains a list of 176 Bible verses in which the word "new" appears. 
  2. Look up as many as you want to. Zero is okay. This won't be graded.
  3. I suggest you start by looking up 8 references and filling in the "what's new" column for each.
  4. I plan on splitting my 8 between the Old and New Testaments.
  5. There are three questions below the table on page 4. I'm going to answer those, too.
  6. The only answers posted on Wednesday are my 8 look-ups.
Page 1 of 4 pages. Here's the link to the PDF file.

My 8 answers will be posted on Wednesday.

The number of people who’ve joined my class on this journey humbles me. I wish each of you who take the time to read and hopefully react to these blog posts a joyous Christmas and a blessed start to 2018.

On January 8, 2018, we’ll return to Hebrews—Chapter 10 to be specific.

Until Wednesday...

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