Origen, “But who wrote the epistle, to be sure, only God knows.” In the final analysis, authorship is not important. The content of the epistle is what matters.
The epistle was used by Clement of Rome (e.g., 1 Clement 17; 36) probably also by Polycarp (To the Philippians 6; 12) and Hermas (Visions 2.3.2; 3.7.2; Similitudes 9.13.7). Therefore the author was an early Christian. The earliest reference to authorship is a statement of Clement of Alexandria that Paul wrote it in Hebrew and that Luke translated the work into Greek
1. GOD’s Plan (1-3)
Hebrews discusses the relationship of the gospel to Israel’s ritual law. Great appeal is made to the Old Testament priestly ministry