This paper, on the Coming Kingdom and Biblical Interpretation, describes the methods used to interpret the Bible. Initially this involves an analytical summary of the historical difference between literal and figurative approaches to Scripture and how an allegorical reading of the Bible was used to minimize the role played by the Jewish people in the plan of God. Typology is used today by a supersessionist approach to the Bible to reject the national and territorial promises of Israel and spiritualize them as being fulfilled in Jesus and thereby the Church. In conclusion we can demonstrate the weakness of this approach and argue for a holistic reading of the Bible in which all of God’s promises, including those that speak of the Jewish people and the Land of Israel, are truly fulfilled.
Blaising, Craig A.
"Coming Kingdom and Biblical Interpretation,"
Journal of Messianic Jewish Studies: Vol. 1
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.biola.edu/jmjs/vol1/iss1/6