Old Testament “Types” of Christ
A “Type” is a representation or pre-figureing of something. We might think of it as a template or even a shadow.
The Old Testament is full of “Types” of Christ. These are intentionally placed in the Scripture to describe and identify the Messiah when He came. Some “types” are people, such as Melchizedek, or Isaac. Some “types” are things such as Noah’s Ark. Some “types” are events or ceremonies such as Passover. Each of them beautifully picture the life and ministry of Jesus Christ hundreds of years before His Incarnation.
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