Any foray–no matter how terse–into the relationship between the testaments will inevitably lead to the recent work of G.K. Beale. In addition to his editorial work with D.A. Carson on the Commentary on the New Testament use of the Old Testament, Beale also published his magnum opus A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New.
But Beale is not only interested in his own work. He wants to encourage others to take up the (daunting) task of working through the ways the New Testament uses the Old Testament to communicate the gospel. In these videos Beale provides an overview on his most recent publication: Handbook on the New Testament use of the Old Testament: Exegesis and Interpretation and how pastors, students, and professors can make the best use of it.
Why Attend to the Use of the OT in the New?
How can pastors use the Handbook?
How can professors and students use the Handbook?