A Christotelic approach to biblical theology
A homiletical treatment of Jesus’ titles “Alpha and Omega” (Rev 1:8; 21:6; 22:13)
I thanks for 50 years of marriage to a good and affectionate wife.
This continues a discussion of the classes of types: Old Testament Institutions Historical Types God’s Word in Creation Prophetical Types The previous blog covered the…
Classes of types (Part 1): Old Testament Institutions, Historical Types, and God’s Word in Creation
What Edmund Clowney can teach us about the relation between symbolism and typology, noting that typology is forward-looking symbolism
Old Testament types are forward-looking symbols, so the starting place for proper typological interpretation is understanding how to interpret symbolic language in the Bible.
Rehabilitating typology after its allegorizing abuse.
A blog post contrasting allegorization versus true biblical typology.
Typology as a Scriptural Pattern ofInner-Canonical Interpretation The previous blog discussed biblical terms that sometimes signal a typological relationship between a person, event, or institution in…
“Immanuel,” in the stream of God’s constant promise of his presence among his people.
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