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Covenant, Typology, and the Story of Joseph: A Literary-Canonical Examination of Genesis 37-50

@inproceedings{Emadi2016CovenantTA,
  title={Covenant, Typology, and the Story of Joseph: A Literary-Canonical Examination of Genesis 37-50},
  author={Samuel Emadi},
  year={2016}
}
COVENANT, TYPOLOGY, AND THE STORY OF JOSEPH: A LITERARY-CANONICAL EXAMINATION OF GENESIS 37–50 Samuel Cyrus Emadi, PhD The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016 Chair: Dr. James M. Hamilton This dissertation defends the notion that Joseph, understood according to a literary-canonical analysis, functions as the resolution to the plot of Genesis and that this story typologically influences how later biblical authors narrate redemptive history culminating in the NT’s portrayal of Jesus as an… 
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