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Old Testament Interpretation

Psalms

The Triumphal Entry: Israel's New King's Counterpoint to the Maccabean Triumph - An Intertextual Meditation, by Tim Gallant. (April 2006; 16 kb.)

Zechariah

The Triumphal Entry: Israel's New King's Counterpoint to the Maccabean Triumph - An Intertextual Meditation, by Tim Gallant. (April 2006; 16 kb.)

New Testament Interpretation

Matthew

Fulfilment in the Gospel of Matthew: Theonomy and Matthew 5.17-20, by Tim Gallant. (Summer 2000; 46 kb.)

John

The Triumphal Entry: Israel's New King's Counterpoint to the Maccabean Triumph - An Intertextual Meditation, by Tim Gallant. (April 2006; 16 kb.)

Romans

All Israel: The Saved in Romans 11.26, by Tim Gallant. (Seminary paper; 75 kb, plus separate notes page.)

The Good News of the Lordship of Jesus Christ: A Sketch of Paul's Isaianic Vision in Romans 10, by Tim Gallant. (June 2005; 18 kb.)

Salvation of Gentile and Jew: The Eschatological Significance of Israel's Future Restoration, by Tim Gallant. (Nov 2005; 65.5 kb - pdf only.)

Galatians

Abraham's One True Heir? Galatians 3.16 and Identity Interchange, by Tim Gallant. (Seminary paper, fall 2000; 85 kb.)

What Saint Paul Should Have Said: Is Galatians a Polemic Against Legalism? by Tim Gallant. (Feb 2003; 20 kb.)

Note: for more articles on Paul and Judaism, see rabbisaul.com.

Synthetic Biblical Studies

Circumcision: An Everlasting Covenant in Your Flesh, by Tim Gallant. (Seminary paper; 83 kb.)

Covenant and Election: A Brief Introduction to Various Views, by Tim Gallant. (2002; 16 kb.)

Sabbath and Sunday: A Brief Biblical-Theological Consideration, by Tim Gallant. (June 2009; 75 kb. Pdf only.)

Hermeneutics and Theological Method

Covenant, Predestination, and Dogmatic Method: A Modest Proposal on the Role of Inference, by Tim Gallant. (Dec 2003; 26 kb.)

The Old Made New: Why Read and Study the Old Testament, by Tim Gallant. (Off-site. June 2003.)

The Old Made New (2): How to Read the Old Testament, by Tim Gallant. (Off-site. June 2003.)

Misusing the Westminster Confession, by James Jordan. (Added March 2006; 24 kb.) A historical commentary on the movement from letting Scripture speak on its own terms to becoming more and more constricted by purported confessional issues.

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