somi somie at home.com
Sat Nov 6 05:12:30 EST 1999

Is it not possible that the typology used in the NT can serve as guides to
our discovery of other types in the OT?  This is not to say that we are able
now to over-typologize everything in the OT...but our "narrow" view of
typology (by reducing them to ONLY the examples found in the NT) may blind
us from other types intended by the inspired text.

Just a thought.


-----Original Message-----
From: Griffin, James R SWL <James.R.Griffin at swl02.usace.army.mil>
To: Biblical Hebrew <b-hebrew at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Date: Wednesday, November 03, 1999 4:02 AM
Subject: Typology

>The only OT types that are legitimate types are ones that the New Testament
>declares as such, e.g., Jonah. If we go beyond this scope of
>we take a liberty upon ourselves that is not supported by the scriptures.
>Perhaps this is a narrow view of "typology," but I believe it is the safest
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