Last updated: February, 2007.

The Old Testament in the New Testament

Outline Syllabus
with annotations by the Author

Biblical Theological Seminary




Thomas V. Taylor

Emeritus Professor,
Biblical Theological Seminary

48 pages.

[From the Introduction] This course is primarily an investigative Bible study. Our particular interest is in the following concepts: 

• The amount of Old Testament material that is found through the New.

• The Old Testament's contribution to our modern theological understanding.

• How the New Tetstament writers used the Old Testament.

This electronic edition was prepared by Dr. David C. Bossard
from original documents.

February, 2007.

Electronic Version Copyright © 2007 by Mr. Thomas V. Taylor. All Rights Reserved.

I.  INTRODUCTION TO THE COURSE.  001  002  003  004  005  006  007  008

Data Analysis Chart (key)


A. The Old Testament in the Sermon on the Mount. 009  010  011

B.  Allegory in the Old and New Testaments.  012  013

C.  The Old Testament in the Apocalyptic and Eschatological Literature.  014  015  016

D.  The Old Testament in the New Testament Redemptive Teaching.  017  018

E.  Historical Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament. 019  020  021  022

F.  Old Testament and New Testament Priesthood.  023  024

G.  Exemplary Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament.  025

H.  Some New Testament Passages for Observation.  026   026a-notes

III. Summary and Conclusion.  026  027

Bibliography 030

Data Analysis Charts  029  031  032  033  034  035  036  037  038  039  040  041  042  043  044  045  046  047  048


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