Typology is the study and interpretation of types and symbols, putting things into groups according to how they are similar. In Christian theology it is a teaching concerning the relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament. Specifically, Old Testament events, persons or statements are seen as types pre-figuring events or aspects of Christ or his revelation revealed and described in the New Testament. For example, Jonah may be seen as the type of Christ in that he appeared to have emerged from the whale's belly and from death. In the fullest version of the theory of typology, the whole purpose of the Old Testament is viewed as merely the provision of types for Christ. This lecture series by Pastor Rhode reviews five separate and distinct aspects of this Typology.
|8/24/2014||Baptism - Old Testament Typology||Pr. Jeremy Rhode|
|8/31/2014||Lord's Supper - Old Testament Typology Part 1||Pr. Jeremy Rhode|
|9/7/2014||Lord's Supper - Old Testament Typology Part 2||Pr. Jeremy Rhode|
|3/22/2015||Good Friday in the Old Testament||Pr. Jeremy Rhode|
|3/29/2015||Easter from the Old Testament||Pr. Jeremy Rhode|