The fine folks over at Logos is offering a free commentary on Hebrews by B. F. Westcott. Here’s a production description:
B.F. Westcott’s classic commentary on the Greek version of Hebrews. Contains extensive verse-by-verse exegetical commentary, as well as multiple “dissertations” on various subjects relating to the epistle.
Now, if you are a good former fundamentalist like me, the name Westcott immediately rings a bell. Yes, we are talking about that Westcott. You know, the Wescott of the evil Westcott and Hort modern translation duo (i.e. modern perversion) Westcott. It brought back memories to see this first comment on the download page for this book:
Unfortunately Westcott and Hort were both non-christians and wanted to impose their views to corrupt the King James Bible and supported the corrupt Alexandrian texts.
Well, download the book and read it for yourself. I for one am looking forward to reading this book. Of course, this doesn’t mean you read the book and blindly accept everything Dr. Wetscott has to say. That’s why I think so many fundamentalists have a problem with this. Many of their churches teach them to blindly accept what they have to say. Why think when you can trust your pastor and the book he self-published? Discernment is not their thing…
You can download the book here.