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The Epistle to the Hebrews is the twentieth book of the New Testament and the fifty-eighth book of Bible. It is a homily written to Jews who became believers in Christ to show Jesus' superiority over the Old Testament sacrificial system and religion. The book is an extensive exposition and analysis of the former system of sacrifices, the Tabernacle and the relevant Old Testament passages and how they connect to Jesus Christ (though the author considers his letter to be short).