The Relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament

This research group focuses on the relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament. For further information contact Creig Marlowe (wcreigmarlowe@cs.com) and Gareth (Gary) Cockerill (gcockerill@wbs.edu).


 

There is no call for papers for this group. The following invited papers will be presented with time for presenter-responses and audience participation:

Richard M. Davidson (Prof. of OT Interpretation; Andrews University: Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary)
"Did the New Testament Writers 'Twist' the Scriptures? An Exploration of the Old Testament Warrant for Biblical Typology."

Daniel M. Gurtner (Prof. of New Testament; Bethel Seminary)
"Typology in the Matrix of Biblical Interpretation in Second Temple Judaism"

Dana M. Harris (Assoc. Prof. of New Testament; Trinity International University: Trinity Evangelical Divinity School)
"Typology, Allegory, or a Bit of Both? Sarah and Hagar in Galatians 4"

Gareth Lee Cockerill (Academic Dean and Prof. of Biblical Interpretation and Theology; Wesley Biblical Seminary)
"Hebrews, Typology, and Contemporary OT Interpretation”