Any kind of literary perspective or study of the Bible itself, of ancient literature presupposed by the Bible, or of its literary influence.
Books and Culture: January 1998. Review article on modern literary forms of Bible studies.
A hypertext outline of Bullinger's reference work.
Etext of Appendix Six from The Companion Bible, by E. W. Bullinger.
Etext of introductory article on figurative language.
Links and study resources to Paul and the Pauline World.
Survey of Puritan authors writing about or utilizing Biblical types.
Article by Barry McWilliams.
Proposes solutions for the Synoptic Problem, which is the literary relationship between the first three "synoptic" gospels of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
Introduction and survey of symbolic typology with examples of its use in literature.
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