How to Read the Bible – Part 2 – Student notes 7

  1. __________ is a type of Christ (Romans 5:14-19)
  2. ____________ marriage to a prostitute and his later redemption of her symbolizes God’s covenantal love to faithless Israel.
  3. Paul uses the judgement of faithless Israel as a typological warning to believers not to engage in _________________ in 1Corintians 10:1-11.

            In summary then, in order for a figure to be a ‘type’, there must be (1) some notable resemblance or analogy between the type and anti-type; (2) some evidence that the type was mentioned by to represent the thing typified; and (3) some future corresponding anti-type. Note…don’t carry the similarities between the type and anti-type too far.


References for typology:



Conjunctions & disjunctions:

  1. Conjunctive means “to _______ together”….see the following examples in Ephesians.

Conjunctives always refer to the conversation that has taken place _________ their usage. They often provide a connecting link between a theoretical argument before and the practical application of that argument after.

  1. C1V15…For this reason…for what reason? See C1V3-14
  2. C2V11…Therefore…it’s there for what? C2V1
  3. C2V19…Consequently….C2V14
  4. C3V1,14…For this reason….for what reason? C2V14 & C3V6


                        2.Disjunctive means “to ______________”

  1. Examples are ‘or, but and either’
  2. Example…”but”, in 2Thess 2:13… notice the change in direction from 2Thess 2:11, 12