The subject of typology has been an interesting subject over the last few years. It is a place where theologians and biblical exegetes take turns cranking the hermeneutical spiral to figure out just how the Old and New Testaments work together. This subject matter—typology—was a key part of my dissertation, and it is something I think about often (read: every time I read the OT).
So, when I see friends like Jim Hamilton, Patrick Schreiner, and Matt Emerson squaring off to discuss some of the finely tuned nuances of Biblical Theology, TIS (Theological Interpretation of Scripture), and typology, I am keenly interested. Here are their posts. The comment sections are worthwhile, too.
Typology, Biblical Theology, and the Theological Interpretation of Scripture (Jim Hamilton)
Typology and Theological Interpretation of Scripture (Patrick Schreiner)
Typology, TIS, and Biblical Theology (Matt Emerson)
Authorial Intent and Biblical Theology: A Rejoined to Patrick Schreiner (Jim Hamilton)
Maybe at some point I will pick up the conversation on the blog here. At present I am working on finishing up a journal article that has been ruminating for about five years. Hopefully, it will be published sooner than later.
Soli Deo Gloria, dss
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