taino_leon wrote :
> I am one of he lay lurkers around here. I'd like to thank everyone
> who has been discussing the Hebrews/High Priest/Atonement complex.
> I've been enjoying the discourse tremendously.
> I have what I hope is not too silly a question. I understand why the
> letter was in all probability not written by Paul and I smiled when
> Mr. Anderson recently suggested that it might have been the author of
> Luke/Acts himself who wrote it. I somewhere read Barnabbas cited as
> the possible writer but I don't remember why. Clement? My question
> has to do with the provenance of the Letter to the Hebrews. How much
> do we know about it? I'd appreciate a synopsis and maybe some reading
I heard also about Apollos. Why ? If I well remember, Apollos is
close to Paul and comes from Alexandry. It matches the global tune
of the letter (i.e. it fits well with Paul views, and with a huge
trend to anagogic interpretation of old testament and judaism).