‘A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews.’ Released

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Graham Diggins’ book shares comments on book of Bible that receives little attention

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It is the author’s prayer and wish that through the publication of “A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews” Christians would divest themselves of erroneous thinking and practices and turn back to the pure word of God.

The lack of direction and truth from recognized churches has inspired Graham Diggins to write “A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews.: With a Verse by Verse Exegesis of the Greek Text for a Better Understanding of Theological Issues Confronting Today’s Christians. For Personal Bible Study or Pulpit Use” (published by Xlibris AU).

This book offers comments on a book of the Bible that usually receives little, if any, church, Bible study and preaching attention. It looks closely at the Greek words used of both the eclectic and majority texts. It examines in detail many of the fundamentals of the Christian faith and challenges doctrines and actions held by some professing Christians today. It reproduces many non-Hebrews scriptures so that readers do not have to look them up. It has many additional questions at the end of a section to aid, stimulate and guide the minds of Christians in their pursuit of the truth. It includes the names and dates of many historical figures from theology, hymnology, philosophy and science. It also has a set of appendices at the back on various topics that are mainly from the Hebrews commentary so one does not have to search through the book for them.

“As I write this much fuller work on Hebrews, going over it word by word, I noticed that I was commenting on many things to do with church life or sermons I had sat under. I did not intentionally start out to do this and can only claim that the Spirit led me to write as I have,” says the author.

It is the author’s prayer and wish that through the publication of “A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews” Christians would divest themselves of erroneous thinking and practices and turn back to the pure word of God.

“A Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews”
By Graham Diggins
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 374 pages | ISBN 9781514495872
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 374 pages | ISBN 9781514495865
E-Book | 374 pages | ISBN 9781514495933
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Graham Diggins was born in Parramatta Hospital in 1949. He was raised at Merrylands, Dundas and Ermington, New South Wales. He went to high school at Marsden High, Ermington. He won a Commonwealth Scholarship in 1968 and graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Sydney University (1968–70). He was a surface coatings chemist with Sydney firms. He got married in 1973. He is a father of four children. He attended Moore College (1975–1977). He received a BTh (Honours) from the Australian College of Theology in 1978 and a BD (second-class honours) in 1979 from London University. He visited Japan for business in 1987. He received a DipEd from Sydney Teachers College in 1988. He has been a high school science teacher in New South Wales from 1989 to the present.

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