Category Archives: OT in NT

Christ’s “Munus Triplex” at His Baptism

The Synoptic accounts of Jesus’ baptism evoke powerful Old Testament allusions which confront the reader with ears to hear with Christ’s munus triplex, as prophet, priest, and king. At Jesus’ baptism, the Father declares, “σὺ εἶ ὁ υἱός μου ὁ ἀγαπητός … Continue reading

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Scripture’s Promises for the Gentiles

In Romans 15, Paul continues his exhortation to the church at Rome to bear with one another with charity, the “strong” not lording their freedom over the “weak” in conscience, and concludes by insisting, “Now I say that Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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