Wes McAdams interviews Michael Whitworth about his new book, The Son’s Supremacy: A Guide to Hebrews. If you are interested in an encouraging and in-depth study of Hebrews, “The Son’s Supremacy” is an excellent help. Whitworth is an incredibly talented, knowledgable, and engaging author. His book will help many better understand the book of Hebrews.

During this interview, Wes and Michael discuss some of the features that make The Son’s Supremacy a unique and engaging guide to Hebrews. One of those features is the combination of commentary and historical narrative. Michael masterfully weaves the story of a fictional first-century man, Judah, into his study guide to help bring the commentary to life. This unique style helps readers imagine what early Christians might have been thinking and feeling when they first heard the words of Hebrews.

For centuries, Christians have wondered who wrote the book of Hebrews. Michael shares his thoughts on the authorship of Hebrews and why he believes Hebrews was first preached as a sermon.

The book of Hebrews has helped many disciples fix their eyes on Jesus and remain faithful. We hope this conversation encourages you to do the same.

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