Category: Biblical Theology
Defining the Big Picture (Part 1)
Blog 1 of 3 on “Defining the Big Picture” of biblical theology by Christological exposition.
The Old Testament as Christian Scripture (Part 2)
This is the second in a two-part blog on the necessity of reading the Old Testament as Christian Scripture. And these two precede a longer series of blogs on the methodology for doing that.
The Old Testament as Christian Scripture (Part 1)
This is the first in two-part blog on reading the Old Testament as Christian Scripture. And it leads of a longer series of blogs on that methodology.
Books on Biblical Theology: A Brief Annotated Bibliography — Via Emmaus
A useful guide to reading on biblical theology, providing something for everyone from the preschooler to the intellectually curious adult.
Typology: Linkable Resources
Here’s an older biblical-theology bibliography with clickable links for my students. Since it leans heavily toward typology, I thought I’d post it here.
Alpha & Omega
A homiletical treatment of Jesus’ titles “Alpha and Omega” (Rev 1:8; 21:6; 22:13)
Prophetical Types (Part 1)
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…
Three Classes of Types
Classes of types (Part 1): Old Testament Institutions, Historical Types, and God’s Word in Creation
Who am I?
Some of you who have checked out this blog might wonder, “Who is Dale Brueggemann, and what does he bring to the table in any…
What is “biblical theology”?
Defining the meaning of “biblical” theology over against other theological disciplines.