Over the past 4-5 years I’ve been collating and cataloging online resources for teaching purposes. Recently I started posting some of these links on the blog. Previous posts include:

Today, it’s the Top 200 Online Resources on Christ in the Old Testament

Usual disclaimer: Link does not imply full agreement or endorsement. (They are posted in chronological order with the most recent first.)

A Biblical Theology of Exile/Restoration in the OT Prophets – Feeding on Christ

Against Heresies: Christ in the OT: Present or Absent?

Gospel-Centered Posts July 2013

Preaching [Insert Word] Jesus | Biblical Preaching

Christ-Centered Preaching and The Gospel Project | The Exchange | A Blog by Ed Stetzer

Credo Magazine » C.H. Spurgeon on Typology (Fred Zaspel)

Yahweh Is the Sweetest Name I Know – Desiring God

Founders Ministries Blog: How Should We Preach Christ in Every Sermon? – Leviticus 18:5

Bryan Chapell on Christ Centered Preaching: Part One | The Exchange | A Blog by Ed Stetzer

Bryan Chapell on Christ-Centered Preaching – Part 2 | The Exchange | A Blog by Ed Stetzer

Credo Magazine » Typology as Prophecy (Fred Zaspel)

Reformed Theological Seminary Panel: Seeing Christ In The Old Testament | The Gospel Coalition

The Wisdom of the Son (Seeing Christ in the Proverbs) – Feeding on Christ

A Covenantal Approach to the Song of Songs – Feeding on Christ

Samson — Christ-Centered Preaching | The Exchange | A Blog by Ed Stetzer

Preaching Christ and Commending Virtue – Trevin Wax

The Christ of the Bible from Renewing Your Mind Radio with R.C. Sproul

Credo Magazine » The Warrant for Typological Interpretation of Scripture (Fred Zaspel)

Mosaic Magazine » The Ten Commandments

BibleX: The Sermon on the Mount, Mosaic Law, and Christian Ethics

Book Review — Introduction to Messianic Judaism | Truth Within the Static

Is Jesus in the Old Testament? | Christ the Truth

Daniel Block’s Doubts About Christ-Centred Hermeneutics | Christ the Truth

Credo Magazine » Preaching the Old Testament (Timothy Raymond)

Psssst: Melchizedek!

Christ-Centered Hermeneutics | The Exchange | A Blog by Ed Stetzer

Founders Ministries Blog: Why We Should Preach Christ in Every Sermon

The Trinity as Old Testament Book Club

The Ultimate Kinsman-Redeemer by Stephanie van Eyk | Ligonier Ministries Blog

The Blessed Cursed Tree – Reformation21

Christ-Centered Reading, Preaching, and Teaching | Project TGM

Take Your Vitamin Z: How Were People Saved in the Old Testament?

Christ our representative and the shape of evangelical preaching | The Proclamation Trust

The Songs of the Son (Seeing Christ in the Psalms) – Feeding on Christ

Matthew 5:17 | The Briefing

Christ-Centered Preaching (Part 1): The “Dilemma” of Christ-Centered Expository Preaching | TonyMerida.net

Do We Have to Mention Jesus in Every Sermon? | A Stranger in the House of God

Why Was Christ Veiled in the Law? – Feeding on Christ

BibleX: Messianic Theology of the Old Testament

6 Discontinuities between the Old and New Covenants | Andy Naselli

Gospel-Centered Links April 2013

The Messiah in the Old Testament- Credo Magazine

Preach the Old Testament as if Jesus Is Risen – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Jesus the Messiah

Death and Resurrection: The Typlogical Structure of Old Testament Redemptive History – Feeding on Christ

3 Principles for Preaching the Pentateuch by Daniel Hyde | Ligonier Ministries Blog

Christ Is Not Just Another Theme in the Old Testament – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Jesus in the Lions’ Den? Preaching Christ from Daniel – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Intended Allegory in the Song of Songs? | For His Renown

The Resurrection of Christ in the Old Testament- Credo Magazine

The Day of Atonement was a Copy of Christ’s Atonement by Sinclair Ferguson | Ligonier Ministries Blog

Jesus Christ, Anointed One by R.C. Sproul | Reformed Theology Articles at Ligonier.org

Drowning in Leviticus | WESTERNexus

Allegorical Preaching: What Would Calvin Say? – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Preaching Jesus All the Time- Credo Magazine

The Bible’s Christocentric Structure | Strands of Thought

The Boice Center Lecture Series #1: Inerrancy and the New Testament use of the Old Testament on Vimeo

Slow Down! A Different Perspective on Christ in the Old Testament – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Strawberry-Rhubarb Theology: Hosea 11 in Matthew 2

From Wisdom to WISDOM

The Holy Spirit in the OT from Renewing Your Mind Radio with R.C. Sproul

Preaching Christ from the Old Testament by Sinclair Ferguson

Jesus Sings – Desiring God

Joy in Spite of Death

Calvin on Christ in All of Scripture – Justin Taylor

Seeing Christ in Every Chapter of the Bible Is Not a Late 20th Century Development – Justin Taylor

Who Goes There? | Cor Deo

How to Preach the Gospel from Every Part of the Bible- Credo Magazine

Our Only Hope: The Messiah (Psalm 89)- Credo Magazine

“On Preaching Christ from Daniel” by Sidney Greidanus « EerdWord

The Psalms in Christian life

This is priceless | The Proclamation Trust

Various Quotations on Christ in the Old Testament

Looking for the absent God

The Gospel of Jesus in the Story of Joseph – Trevin Wax

Preaching Jesus all the Time- Credo Magazine

The Bible is About Jesus | Secundum Scripturas

One Story of Salvation: Nancy Guthrie on Christ in the Old Testament – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Preaching Christ from Deuteronomy - The Gospel Coalition

Kingdom Through Covenant – Reformation21

Borrowed Light: In Defense of a Christ-Centered Hermeneutic OR A Reply to Dr. Eric Hankins

JESUS: A THEOGRAPHY by Frank Viola & Leonard Sweet | Beyond Evangelical |

Ed Stetzer – Teaching Christ from the Old & New Testaments

Where Is Jesus In The Old Testament? | Blogging Theologically

Preaching the psalms | The Proclamation Trust

A Conversation with Andy Naselli- Credo Magazine

Jesus and the Psalms by L. Michael Morales | Reformed Theology Articles at Ligonier.org

Who Is the Suffering Servant of Isaiah 53?

Safety, Fulness, and Sweet Refreshment in Christ  –  Jonathan Edwards

On the New Testament Use of the Old Testament, Part 6- Credo Magazine

Preaching the Person in the Old Testament | Biblical Preaching

The Trinity: Everywhere Taught in the Old Testament | Blogging Theologically | Jesus, Books, Culture, & Theology

To Fulfill the Law and Prophets | Ad Fontes

Deuteronomy and Christology in the Gospel of Matthew – Reformed Forum

How Did Luke Use The OT in His Writing? | Blogging Theologically | Jesus, Books, Culture, & Theology

Christ-Centered Preaching Isn’t Anti-Trinitarian

Saturated with Christ | Challies Dot Com

Exodus 19:4-6 | The Briefing

Preaching Christ from Isaiah - The Gospel Coalition

Isaiah by the Day: A Conversation with Alec Motyer – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Jesus Is What the Old Testament Promised Him to Be – Kevin DeYoung

The Ultimate Theophany – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Christ in the Old Testament – Reformed Forum

How much should the OT influence our interpretation of the NT?- Credo Magazine

BibleX: Walter Kaiser on Job 19:21-27 and Resurrection

On the Third Day | Crossway

The Suffering Servant and Isaiah 53: A Conversation with Darrell Bock – The Gospel Coalition Blog

How to Read the Bible through the Jesus Lens – Justin Taylor

On Preaching the Old Testament | Ordinary Pastor

Old Testament Narratives as Pictures, Windows, and Mirrors – Justin Taylor

The Challenge of Preaching Christ in Genesis – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Jesus As the New Israel – Justin Taylor

How To Read The Bible Through The Jesus Lens – A Book Review | mgpcpastor’s blog

Anticipating the Coming of the Spirit! | Think Theology

Strawberry-Rhubarb Theology: How to Read the Bible through the Jesus Lens

Book Reviews | Interview: Christ Centered Biblical Theology – The Gospel Coalition

Preaching Christ from the Old Testament: Interpretation vs. Application | The Cripplegate

Christmas: Something Greater than the Temple is Here | The Cripplegate

Themelios | Review: Reclaiming The Old Testament For Christian Preaching – The Gospel Coalition

Preaching Christ in the Proverbs (Video and Audio) – Feeding on Christ

Pyromaniacs: Ashford Bible Conference 2011: Christ in the Old Testament

The Gospel According to Jonah – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Christ in Genesis « Resources for Studying and Teaching Bible

Book Reviews | Review: The Beginning And End Of Wisdom – The Gospel Coalition

How Could They Get It? | Challies Dot Com

Seeing Jesus in Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job – Justin Taylor

The Wisdom of Solomon and the Greater Glories of Christ – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Book Reviews | Book-note: Help In Gospel-centered Bible Reading – The Gospel Coalition

Preaching Christ from the Wisdom Books - The Gospel Coalition

Where Do We Find Jesus in the Old Testament? – Desiring God

How the New Testament Writers Understood the Old Testament – Justin Taylor

Does the Old Testament Teach That Salvation Is by Works? « Blogmatics

How Could God Ask That? – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Jesus and the Psalms by L. Michael Morales | Reformed Theology Articles at Ligonier.org

Christ in the Temple « Christocentrism

Wisdom Christology: An Interview with Dan Ebert – TGC Reviews

Strawberry-Rhubarb Theology: Why a Cloud?

Christ in OT « Christ the Truth

Reformation Theology: The Reformers’ Hermeneutic: Grammatical, Historical, and Christ-Centered

What Do You Mean When You Talk about Christ in the Old Testament? – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Blackham-Goldsworthy Debate – Dr. Blackham

Monergism : Christ in the Old Testament

Christ’s Inner Life…In the Psalms « unashamed

Banner of Truth Trust General Articles

The Gospel-Driven Church: Guidelines for Finding Christ in the Old Testament

True & Better on Vimeo

What I Have Learned after Years of Preaching Christ in the OT – Justin Taylor

PT Media Papers | The Proclamation Trust

Ligon Duncan – A Gospel Exposition of the Ceremonial Law

Koinonia: Following Jesus, The Servant King: Blog Tour

Pyromaniacs: Christ in the Old Testament: introductory challenges, parameters, cautions

Pyromaniacs: Relationship of Old and New in Messianic Prophecy: Huh? and Oh!

Law and Gospel

Triablogue: The Evidence Of Biblical Prophecy

Westminster Seminary California – Resources – Him We Proclaim by Dr. Dennis Johnson::

Pyromaniacs: Christ in the Old Testament: a bibliographical colloquium

Office Hours: Dennis Johnson on Preaching Christ From All of Scripture « Heidelblog

Preaching the Gospel in Judges – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Christ-Centered Zeal: Some Concerns from an OT Scholar – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Koinonia: Thoughts on Egypt and prophecies in Isaiah 19 by Walt Kaiser

The Relationship Between the Old Testament & the New Testament | SBC Voices

Ligon Duncan – Preaching The Gospel From The Book With The Worst Title In The English Bible

Keller on Jonah and Jesus – Justin Taylor

SermonAudio.com – Edmund P Clowney Legacy Corporation

Was Salvation Through Jesus Christ in the Old Testament? « Gospel-Centered Musings

New Testament Use of the Old Testament, by Roger Nicole

T. Desmond Alexander Audio Lectures and Sermons - Feeding on Christ

Help! I’m Looking for Jesus in the OT – The Gospel Coalition Blog

Echoes of the Old Testament in John 1:1-14 - Feeding on Christ

Exile & Restoration in the Death & Resurrection of Christ - Feeding on Christ

Strawberry-Rhubarb Theology: The Grace of God in the Bible

Against Heresies: Whose Son is the Christ? The Ref 21 M’Cheyne Blog

Feeding on Christ » Blog Archive » The Apostolic Hermenuetic: Preaching Christ From All The Scriptures

Against Heresies: As the prophets from the beginning have declared concerning him (1)

Feeding on Christ » Blog Archive » Theocratic Case Laws and the New Covenant Era

Feeding on Christ » Blog Archive » The Christology of Sacrificial Countdown at the Feast of Tabernacles

Finding Meaning in the Pentateuch | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction

The Messianic Hope - Is the Old Testament Really Messianic?  || B&H Academic

If You Believed Moses, You Would Believe Me :: Desiring God Christian Resource Library

  • http://www.nancyguthrie.com Nancy Guthrie

    Wow, what a treasure you’ve collected! Bookmarked.

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    Hebrew children in the Old Testament were born into God’s covenant, both male and female. Circumcision was the sign of this covenant for boys, but the sign was not what saved them. Faith saved them. Rejecting the sign, circumcision, for boys, either by the parents or later as an adult himself, was a sign of a lack of true faith, and therefore the child was “cut off” from God’s promises as clearly stated in Genesis chapter 17:

    “Every male among you shall be circumcised. 11 You shall be circumcised in the flesh of your foreskins, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and you. 12 He who is eight days old among you shall be circumcised. Every male throughout your generations, whether born in your house or bought with your money from any foreigner who is not of your offspring, 13 both he who is born in your house and he who is bought with your money, shall surely be circumcised. So shall my covenant be in your flesh an everlasting covenant. 14 Any uncircumcised male who is not circumcised in the flesh of his foreskin shall be cut off from his people; he has broken my covenant.”

    What was the purpose of this covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob? God tells us in the beginning of this chapter of Genesis:

    “And I will establish my covenant between me and you and your offspring after you throughout their generations for an everlasting covenant, to be God to you and to your offspring after you.”

    This covenant wasn’t just to establish a Jewish national identity or a promise of the inheritance of the land of Caanan, as some evangelicals want you to believe. In this covenant, God promises to be their God. Does God say here that he will be their God only if they make a “decision for God” when they are old enough to have the intelligence and maturity to decide for themselves? No! They are born into the covenant!

    If Jewish children grew up trusting in God and lived by faith, they then received eternal life when they died. If when they grew up, they rejected God, turned their back on God, and lived a life of willful sin, when they died, they suffered eternal damnation. Salvation was theirs to LOSE. There is no record anywhere in the Bible that Jewish children were required to make a one time “decision for God” upon reaching an “Age of Accountability” in order to be saved.

    Therefore Jewish infants who died, even before circumcision, were saved.

    The same is true today. Christian children are born into the covenant. They are saved by faith. It is not the act of baptism that saves, it is faith. The refusal to be baptized is a sign of a lack of true faith and may result in the child being “cut off” from God’s promise of eternal life, to suffer eternal damnation, as happened with the unfaithful Hebrew in the OT.

    Christ said, “He that believes and is baptized will be saved, but he that does not believe will be damned.”

    It is not the lack of baptism that damns, it is the lack of faith that damns.

    Luther, Baptists, and Evangelicals
    An orthodox Lutheran blog

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