Hebrews is a strange and difficult book. First, it seems to ramble on about things that are not exactly burning topics of discussion over breakfast or bitterly debated on Christian blog sites. It begins with a complex discussion of angels and what God did not say to them; continues with a brief treatment of Psalm 95 and what ‘rest’ really means; moves on to discuss some bizarre chap named Melchizedek whom Abraham stumbled across; goes into a discussion about the furniture in the Tabernacle, and ends with an exhortation to ‘go outside the camp’.
The authorship of Hebrews is interesting debate.. However, I am curious to know why the TR states this at the end of Chapter 12 verse 25 " πρός Ἑβραίους ἐγράφη ἀπό τῆς Ἰταλίας διά Τιμοθέου "