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In this valuable text, Leonhard Goppelt examines typology and typological interpretation of the Bible. He explores its various definitions, and looks at typology in Palestinian Judaism, Hellenistic Judaism, the New Testament, apocalyticism, and Paul. Goppelt also gives a skilful analysis of the nature of Old Testament typology in the New Testament.

The new ecclesiastical and theological consciousness of our time has given rise to a new search for the proper way to interpret the OT.1 A comparison of the views of Vischer, Hirsch, and Eichrodt will provide a summary of the situation. The presupposition that these writers have in common is the historical-critical method which has been practiced for 150 years. The crucial question, however, does not deal with the particular findings of this research. It is concerned with
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