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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:52533
Doc. No:TL22487
Call number:‭3209221‬
Main Entry:Scott D. Mackie
Title & Author:Eschatology and exhortation in the Epistle to the HebrewsScott D. Mackie
College:Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology
Date:2006
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2006
Page No:304
Abstract:This study analyzes the interface of eschatology and exhortation in Hebrews, paying special attention to the manner in which the author's eschatological convictions have shaped and empowered his hortatory effort. The author's eschatological thought-world coheres around two organizing principles: (1) Two-age eschatology: the Christ event has inaugurated the eschaton (9:26) and the end of the ages is imminent (10:26-39); (2) Heavenly Sanctuary eschatology: the Christ event culminates within this heavenly locale (9:11-12, 24; 10:19-21) and it also where the exalted Son reigns (1:3-13; 8:1; 10:12-13). This study is therefore organized in two sections, according to these primary eschatological principles. Though the author's hortatory strategy varies in each section, the overarching goal is to strengthen the recipients' commitment and solidify their identity. The exhortations appearing in contexts where two-age eschatology is prominent emphasize urgency, immediacy, and existential irrevocability---conditions that naturally evoke calls for steadfast commitment (2:1-3; 3:14; 6:9-12; 10:35-39). Recitations of the community's experience of the eschaton are also prominent in these passages (2:4; 3:14; 6:4-5; 10:26-32). The hortatory agenda accompanying Heavenly Sanctuary eschatology is cultic in nature, focusing on the soteriological benefits of Jesus the high priest's sacrificial self-offering (1:3; 4:16; 5:9; 7:25, 27; 8:6; 9:12, 14-15, 24, 26, 28; 10:10, 12, 14, 18-25, 29). These soteriological benefits are intended to facilitate access to God in the Heavenly Sanctuary. The two exhortations to enter the Heavenly Sanctuary, 4:14-16 and 10:19-23, are then of strategic importance. It is there that the author's ultimate hortatory goal is reached: in the recipients' sacral confession of the Son of God, which forms and solidifies their identity as the family of God (3:1-6, 14; 4:14-16; 10:19-25).
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Eschatology; Exhortation; Hebrews (letter to the); Bible; 0321:Bible
Added Entry:D. A. Hagner
Added Entry:Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology