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Interpretation of the Old Testament in Relation to the New Testament Living
For example, when the author discusses the title “Immanuel,” he does not refer to the Old Testament passage(s) for the title “Immanuel” as the shadow and the New Testament passage(s) as the fulfilment of that title.28 As Paul Watson noted, Longman never cites the passage from
Isaiah 7:14 in the Old Testament and Matthew 1:23 in the New Testament.29 Another area of weakness is in the fact that Longman ignores his own advice and does not engage in hermeneutics when studying these passages.
The universal principles that New Testament believers should apply from the author’s cited passage Psalm 139:7-12 are as follows. First, it is worth knowing how this passage would be interpreted from its original context and to see how the theme “God’s omnipresence” is applied in the New Testament. Second, both the Old Testament and the New Testament show that God is willing to restore the broken relationship with humanity. In the Old Testament, God gave a plan for building the tabernacle and the temple where people could come and enjoy God’s presence under certain conditions, conditions which required obedience and faithfulness to His commandments of the sacrificial law. Hover, in the New Testament, the broken relationship was completely restored through the atonement of Christ which requires no longer a specific location for God’s “special presence,” many and different types of sacrifices, a high priest and so forth. Basically, God has granted an access to His very presence through the blood of Jesus Christ.…
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