A Christotelic approach to biblical theology
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.
A call for Christological preaching from both the Old and New Testaments
The next two blogs will cover the “Biblical Basis for Typology.” This one treats the biblical terms that express typological intent, and the next one…
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…
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