Lecture 1, About the Book:

The apostle Paul wrote more than half of the New Testament. Specifically, some say he only wrote thirteen of the twenty-seven books of New Testament, while others say fourteen. So which is it—thirteen or fourteen? The difference of opinion is over one book: the book of Hebrews. Who wrote it? Will we ever know? Should it be listed with the rest of the New Testament? In this message, Dr. Sproul explains the critical questions about the canonicity of Hebrews and why we can have full confidence in its inclusion in the New Testament.