This research group focuses on the relationship between the Old Testament and the New Testament. For further information contact Creig Marlowe (email@example.com) and Gareth (Gary) Cockerill (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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”