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Jesus as the Fulfillment of the Temple in the Gospel of John

by Hoskins, Paul M.

Wipf & Stock 2007

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Overview

In Jesus as the Fulfillment of the Temple in the Gospel of John, Paul M. Hoskins explores the connection between Jesus and the temple. Interpreters often associate John 1:14, 1:51, 2:18–22 and 4:20–24 with Jesus’ replacement of the temple. Based on these texts, one can already begin to see that he fulfills and replaces the temple in that he is the new locus of God’s presence, glory, revelation, and abundant provision for his people. In particular, John 2:18–22 clearly associates Jesus’ role as the Temple with his death and resurrection.

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Key Features

  • Emaxination of John’s portrayal of Jesus as the fulfillment and replacement of the Temple
  • Exploration of the possibility that the relationship between Jesus and the Temple may properly be described as typological

Product Details

  • Title: Jesus as the Fulfillment of the Temple in the Gospel of John
  • Author: Paul M. Hoskins
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 265

About Paul M. Hoskins

Paul Hoskins received his PhD from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School under the supervision of D. A. Carson. He is currently an assistant professor of New Testament at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.