Anyone seeking truth about women's original role in the Church,
academic and lay leader alike, should read this book." -- Christine
Fahrenbach, Deacon "Feministas Unidas newsletter"
"Ruth Hoppin provides a compelling and convincing case that Priscilla is the author of the Epistle to the Hebrews. I accept Hoppin's arguments, and there is much here regarding the history of the latter half of the first century that I did not know, and that will prove useful in reading and interpreting other New Testament texts." -- Rev. Mark Kubo "Petersburg, Alaska"
"Priscilla's Letter is a formidably documented and highly plausible argument that the Epistle to the Hebrews was written by St. Paul's friend and coworker Prisca." -- Fergus Kerr, O.P. (Dominican), Editor "New Blackfriars"
"The thesis is bold, the research is thorough and the scholarship meticulous] ]a remarkable piece of interdisciplinary virtuosity that will make its mark on New Testament studies." -- Gilbert Bilezikian, Professor Emeritus, New Testament Studies "Wheaton College"
"I recommend this book to any scholar who is concerned with the message, author, and setting of the Epistle to the Hebrews [and to] feminist biblical scholars who try to analyze, identify and understand the role of women in the leadership of the early church." -- Estella B. Horning, Affiliate Professor, Biblical Studies "Northern Baptist Theological Seminary"
"Carefully sifting clues of vocabulary, theology, geography, gender, history, and tradition, Hoppin demonstrates that Priscilla is the writer of Hebrews. If you are interested in unraveling a Biblical mystery, read Priscilla's Letter." -- The Rev. Mary Atwood, Episcopal Diocese of California "Pacific Church News"