The Futility of Animal Sacrifices
The Futility of Animal Sacrifices
Hebrews 10:1-4
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Sunday Morning Service,  April 10, 2011

Hebrews 10 climaxes the main theological point of the letter—the superiority of the priesthood and sacrifice of Jesus under the New Covenant in comparison to the priesthood and sacrifices commanded by the Law under the Old Covenant. The author concludes that it is impossible for the blood of bulls and goats to take away sins (10:4). How does he reason to this conclusion?

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