Category Archives: Intertextuality

New Testament Use of the Old Testament

The New Testament doesn’t merely quote the Old Testament – the New Testament relies entirely on the Old Testament for its meaning.  I’ve listed below authors that will help you see this. Closely related to this subject is seeing Christ in … Continue reading

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Christ in the Old Testament

Here is a list of books which demonstrate how Jesus Christ is found in the Old Testament.  I have only read a few of them, and those varied widely in benefit.  I’ve made brief comments on some of them.  My … Continue reading

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Did Moses Really Write About Jesus? A Look at Messianic Prophecy in the Torah by Eric Chabot

(14 min read; 3,410 words) Did Moses Really Write About Jesus? A Look at Messianic Prophecy in the Torah | THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM. (HT: The Poached Egg of Ratio Christi)

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Resource for the Study of Messianic Prophecy | Eric Chabot

This is a bibliography, and the plan is to update and enhance it over time. RESOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF MESSIANIC PROPHECY | THINKAPOLOGETICS.COM.

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Joe Carter Tell Us Nine Things We Should Know About the Bible

Here are the nine things Joe Carter tells us.  To see what he says, click on the link to the full article below. Origin of the word “Bible” Meaning of the words “Old Testament” and “New Testament” Origin of the … Continue reading

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Where Is Jesus In The Old Testament? – Aaron Armstrong and Mark Driscoll

Aaron Armstrong (in a 2 min; 472 word post) and Mark Driscoll (in a 4:47 video clip) calll attention to the fact that the Old Testament is about Jesus. Where Is Jesus In The Old Testament?

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Craig Evans Rebuts Bart Ehrman

Craig Evans and others have written the book How God Became Jesus: The Real Origins of Belief in Jesus’ Divine Nature—A Response to Bart Ehrman in order to refute Bart Ehrman’s most recent book How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish … Continue reading

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How Did Jesus Read the Old Testament?

You can cut your reading time and still get almost 100% of the value of this post by skipping the six preliminary paragraphs and jumping straight to the list of ten points. The ten points show that the Bible is … Continue reading

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Why Should We Keep Reading the Old Testament?

Q: Since we have the New Testament, and it’s about Jesus, why should we continue reading the Old Testament? A: To better understand Jesus Christ. When we read about the apostles and all the disciples in the New Testament (NT) … Continue reading

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