(3) The Letter.
The New Testament contains an anonymous letter considered
by many to be from the apostle Paul, written probably for
the guidance and encouragement of the Jewish section of the
first century Christian church, but of great value to Christians
of all nationalities and ages.
It was written to confirm and strengthen their faith in the
gospel, and to demonstrate that the Law of Moses, and the
Jewish tradition which had grown from it, had now been completely
superseded by the gospel of Jesus Christ.