On that note. What was that rather strange discussion of Hebrews? From my understanding of Hebrews the author (Wills is correct, while we have some good candidates of who might have written Hebrews we don't really know for sure) is addressing a problem of apostacy within that Church. It seems that many joined the Church but for some reason regressed back in to their previous religion which happened to be a Hellenistic informed Judaism. So the author sets out to explain that Jesus is superior to Moses and the way to salvation, hence His priesthood. Where did Colbert get the idea that this was a proof text for human priests?
Let me know if you know the answer to this.