This is a great yet brief commentary on the Book of Hebrews. It is less than 300 pages and consolidates what is written in a seven volume set, and each volume is 600 pages. Needless to say, it must be brief. There is much that is missed. The entire Crossway Classic Commentary set is like that. Of course, I wish it went into more detail but since it is a survey and so short it cannot do everything. I enjoyed that it kept much of the original language. It does not try to modernize or downplay Owen’s errors (such as saying that Paul wrote Hebrews). I am very thankful for this tiny volume.