Typos: The Typological Interpretation of the Old Testament in the New is unavailable, but you can change that!

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.

happened.” Today there is a greater recognition of the subjective factors that influence every historian’s representation of the past.35 As the reconstruction of a historian, history is interpretation since any reading, say, of the OT texts, no less than the typological, is done through interpretive spectacles. While it can be plausibly argued that the OT writers themselves had in view a future significance of the things they were relating,36 this is not necessary for the argument that such a significance
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