What is our comfort in our affliction? According to the Psalmist, the comfort comes from nothing less than the Law itself.
In this post, I am going to outline a methodology for finding allusions in the Scriptures proposed by Dale Allison in The New Moses: A Matthean Typology. This post will outline a few details from his book with a few emendations of my own.
On reading the Bible with its theological-literary devices.
A lot of people say that a Christian is called to be a priest, king, and prophet when they are joined to Christ. This post is merely speculative, based on the work of Peter Leithart and James Jordan, but I would like to find a basis to defend that idea (if it is worth defending)… Continue reading Christians as Prophets
“Therefore, if anybody is in Christ-a new creation! The old has passed away and the new has come.” – St. Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians, 5:17 The Evangelists who wrote our Bibles record some incredible information about the death and resurrection of Christ, but some of it doesn’t seem to make much sense from the… Continue reading Resurrection Sunday: A New Creation