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Typology in Scripture: A Study of Hermeneutical Typos Structures

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Davidson identifies the characteristics and structures of biblical types and antitypes, providing a better understanding of the intrinsic unity of the Old and New Testaments while recognizing the progressive revelation of God's plan in salvation history. Number 2 in the Andrews University Seminary Doctoral Dissertation Series.
Paperback, 496 pages
Published January 1st 1981 by Andrews University Press
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Adam Ross
May 07, 2009 Adam Ross rated it it was amazing
Sheer genius. This is a very technical examination of the typos-word group in Scripture, so there is tons of untranslated Greek, Hebrew and German. This doesn't really obscure the book, but it does slow the reading down. There are a number of German words he uses repeated for the different senses of typology, so I ended up making a list of what they meant because I kept forgetting what they meant (I don't read German).

The first chapter, on the history of typology as a hermeneutic, was interestin
CJ Bowen
May 13, 2011 CJ Bowen rated it really liked it
Excellent monograph attempting to discern the structure of typology from Scripture. Davidson's dissertation starts with a couple chapters of scholarly slog, but kicks into high gear when the exegesis starts, and a consistent picture of the nature of typology emerges. Very good treatment of the issues, but more for the stout of heart and lover of typewriter fonts than the casual reader.

I don't think I'll ever forget that "the term tupos in its signification of "hollow mold" was seen to be amazing
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Dec 16, 2012 Jon Sedlak rated it liked it
Kinda boring, but very insightful in many key verses.
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