The Vatican II document Dei Verbum urges us to read God's Word in the Bible in many ways. One of these is to read it typologically — that is to see how the Old Testament foreshadows the New Testament. Sadly there is not much instruction on how to do this. This study program book comes to the rescue by revealing the patterns that the early Christians saw.

This is Study Program Workbook uses the book Typology for Beginners as its main resource.



Connect the Old Testament to the New Testament

Typology is a profound and spiritually enriching way to explore the interconnectedness of the Old and New Testaments, revealing the beautiful tapestry of God's plan for salvation. This workbook is designed to complement your reading of Typology for Beginners by providing thought-provoking questions, practical exercises, and reflection prompts to deepen your understanding.

Whether you're studying alone or in a group, this workbook will enhance your comprehension of typology, helping you connect the dots between the Old and New Testaments and enriching your spiritual journey. Unlock the deeper layers of Scripture and strengthen your faith with the Typology for Beginners Study Program Workbook.

Don't miss out on this valuable resource. Explore Sacred Scripture through this workbook and embark on a transformative journey through the pages of the Bible. The workshop uses the book a Typology for Beginners as the participants' primary reading material.

Full-color Workbook

Paperback Workbook
ISBN 13 979 886 14 8487 9
Publisher Kindlings Press
Publication Date September 14, 2023
Language English (American)
Size 8.27" x 11.69"
Pages 66 Full Color
Cover Full color, matte-finished

The Modules

  • Module 01: Typology
  • Module 02: A New Adam and Eve in a New Eden
  • Module 03: The Devil and the Enemies of Israel
    • Lesson 01: Crushing the Head of the Serpent
    • Lesson 02: Samson and the Philistines
    • Lesson 03: Saul and the Amalekites
    • Lesson 04: David and Goliath
  • Module 04: The Doctrine of Regeneration
    • Lesson 01: Cain and Abel
    • Lesson 02: Ishmael and Isaac
    • Lesson 03: Esau and Jacob
    • Lesson 04: Joseph the Patriarch
    • Lesson 05: Saul and David
    • Lesson 06: Adam and Jesus
  • Module 05: The Miraculous Conception of Jesus
    • Lesson 01: Barren Women
    • Lesson 02: The Staff of Aaron
  • Module 06: The Two Natures of Jesus
  • Module 07: Boaz, the Husband-Redeemer
  • Module 08: The Crucifixion and Salvation
    • Lesson 01: The Brazen Serpent
    • Lesson 02: The Sacrifice of Isaac
    • Lesson 03: Passover
    • Lesson 04: The Day of Atonement
  • Module 09: Return from Exile as Salvation
    • Lesson 01: Exile from Eden; Exile from Jerusalem
    • Lesson 02: Jeremiah and the New Covenant
    • Lesson 03: The Return Home
  • Module 10: Heaven as the Promised Land
  • Module 11: Hell and the Curses of the Covenant
  • Module 12: Christ and the City of Refuge
  • Module 13: Types of Christ
    • Lesson 01: Melchizedek
    • Lesson 02: Moses
    • Lesson 03: Joseph the Patriarch
    • Lesson 04: Jonah
    • Lesson 05: Elisha
    • Lesson 06: Solomon
    • Lesson 07: David
  • Module 14:Water from the Side of Christ
    • Lesson 01: Water from Eden
    • Lesson 02: Moses strikes a rock
    • Lesson 03: The vision of Ezekiel
  • Module 15: Descent to the Dead
  • Module 16: Birth of Adam and the Church
  • Module 17: Metaphors of the Church
    • Lesson 01: The Spotless Bride of Christ
    • Lesson 02: Noah's Ark
    • Lesson 03: The House of God
    • Lesson 04: The Parable of the Good Samaritan
    • Lesson 05: A Private Garden, a Sheepfold, a Vineyard, and the New Jerusalem
  • Module 18: Rahab and the Church
  • Module 19: Changing of Names
  • Module 20: Sacraments: Baptism
    • Lesson 01: Water as a crossing
    • Lesson 02: Water as life
    • Lesson 03: Water and cleansing
    • Lesson 04: Water and the Holy Spirit
    • Lesson 05: Circumcision
    • Lesson 06: Marked for safekeeping
  • Module 21: Sacrraments: Confirmation
    • Lesson 01: Marked as God's own
    • Lesson 02: Marked as a Soldier of God
    • Lesson 03: Anointed as Priest, Prophet, and King
  • Module 22: Sacraments: Eucharist
    • Lesson 01: The Eucharist as food
    • Lesson 02: The Eucharist as sacrifice
    • Lesson 03: The Eucharist as Blood
    • Lesson 04: The Bread of Presence as the Eucharist
  • Module 23: Sacraments: Penance
    • Lesson 01: The law from Leviticus
    • Lesson 02: David's sins forgiven
    • Lesson 03: The law concerning leprosy
  • Module 24: Sacraments: Anointing of the Sick
    • Lesson 01: The healing of Hezekiah vis-á-vis Jesus heals
    • Lesson 02: The future Jerusalem
    • Lesson 03: A configuration to Christ
  • Module 25: Sacraments: Holy Orders
    • Lesson 01: Completion of the Priesthood
    • Lesson 02: Spiritual Fatherhood
  • Module 26: Sacraments: Matrimony
    • Lesson 01: Matrimony as a covenant
    • Lesson 02: The covenant curse
    • Lesson 03: A configuration to Christ the bridegroom
  • Module 27: The Immaculate Conception
  • Module 28: Mary's Perpetual Virginity
    • Lesson 01: Moses and the burning bush
    • Lesson 02: Gideon, a man of valor
    • Lesson 03: Temple vessels
    • Lesson 03: The Eastern Gate
  • Module 29: Mary the Queen Mother
  • Module 30: Mary, the Ark of the Covenant
    • Lesson 01: Exodus vis-á-vis the Visitation
    • Lesson 02: A New Covenant
    • Lesson 03: The real Day of Atonement
  • Module 31: Mary's Assumption
    • Lesson 01: Enoch and Elijah
    • Lesson 02: The Ark goes first
    • Lesson 03: The missing ark
  • Module 32: Flood and the Last Judgment
  • Module 33: Elijah and the Final Judgment
  • Optional Module: Closing Session



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