Christ as the Completed Vision of Biblical Typology Genesis begins with God creating a binary world.10 The account in Genesis 1–2 comprehends God and man, heaven and earth, man and woman, good and evil, life and death, the beginning and the end.11 Later in the Genesis record a final binary will be introduced, namely, Jew and Gentile (Gen 17).12 We can display the horizons of… Read more »

The Typology of the Gospel



The heart of the Christian gospel is the penal, substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ. As we should expect, this most salvific of all doctrines is taught throughout the Scriptures. It is pervasive, stated both propositionally and illustrated through many types and figures. This note considers a few examples of this foundational jurisprudential doctrine that C. S. Lewis so memorably describes as “deeper magic from before… Read more »

The Presuppositions of a Christian Biblical Theology We have said that the purpose of a biblical theology is to articulate the unity of the biblical canon centered in the person of Jesus Christ. Such a project is not an abstract enterprise for theological scholars. Rather, it is intended to set forth the biblical kerygma, or the proclamation of Jesus’ suffering and glory. This is so… Read more »

Then the LORD said, “Do not fear them, for I have given them into your hand. Not one man of them shall stand before you.” So Joshua came upon them suddenly, having marched all night from Gilgal. And the LORD made them afraid before Israel, so they struck them with a great blow in Gibeon and they pursued them toward the way of the ascent… Read more »