James Hamilton is the author of a superb new book on the subject of typology, Typology: Understanding the Bible’s Promise-Shaped Patterns—How Old Testament Expectations are Fulfilled in Christ. He joins me for a discussion of his book and of the subject of typology more generally.
Tag: Apostolic hermeneutics
September 16th: 1 Kings 7 and Hebrews 7
Conversation with Jonathan Pageau on Symbolism
I recently had the privilege of a conversation with Jonathan Pageau, the Orthodox artist, speaker, and YouTuber who runs The Symbolic World. I’ve been an appreciative follower of Pageau’s work for some time now—his brother Matthieu’s work on biblical symbolism is also superb—so it was wonderful to speak more directly.
Scripture Teaches Us HOW to Think, Not Just WHAT to Think (Natural Law and Biblical Typology)
Today, I discuss how a faithful reading of Scripture teaches us to follow the example of its authors, engaging in both typology and reflection upon natural law.
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