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Joseph, Judah and Jesus: Genesis Narratives Revisited
Seminary Scholarship Symposium
  • Jo Ann Davidson, Andrews University
Location
Seminary N310
Start Date
9-2-2018 11:00 AM
End Date
9-2-2018 11:30 AM
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Description

Twice on Resurrection Sunday Jesus insisted on a vital hermeneutic for rightly understanding Scripture: that, starting with Moses, it was all about Him (Luke 24:25–27, 44–45). Thereby, He reinforced Messianic indicators in the Old Testament narratives. The Genesis narratives are especially rich. Many have seen Joseph as a type of Christ in the Genesis narratives, but Judah has not fared so well. Through a close reading of the text, this paper will study how the Gen 37–50 narratives of both Joseph and Judah are shaped as Messianic types.

Citation Information
Jo Ann Davidson. "Joseph, Judah and Jesus: Genesis Narratives Revisited" (2018)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joann_davidson/78/