John Brown Q H…

John Brown

 Q How may the types of the Old Testament dispensation be distinguished

A Into typical persons, typical classes of persons, occasional typical things, miscellaneous typical institutions, typical places, typical oblations, typical seasons, and typical purifications 

Q What particular persont were typical?

A: Adam, Abel, Enoch, Noah, Melchisedek, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Job, Moses, Aaron, Bezaleel, Aholiub, Phineas, Joshua, Gideon, Sampson, Boaz, Samuel, David, Solomon, Elijah, Elisha, Jonah, Eliakim, Isaiah, Daniel, Zerubabel, Joshua the high priest, John Baptist, and perhaps Cyrus &c 

Q What were the occasional typical things?

A Noah’s ark, Jacob’s ladder, Moses burning bush, the cloudy pillar, the sweetened water of Marah, the manna, the rocks yielding water, the well of beer, the cluster of grapes from Eschol, Aaron’s budding rod, the brazen serpent, the healing pool of Bethesda, the waters of Shileah, the deliverance of the Hebrews from Egypt, their passage through the Red sea, their travels in the wilderness, their entrance into Canaan, their wars with their heathen neighbors, and their return from Babylon 

Its a nice list. I like that Joseph is on it, as he is sometimes challenged as to his ‘unauthorized’ status as a type since no NT author calls him out as one.

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