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G. Campbell Morgan makes this connection and develops it very skilfully in an excellent book entitled "The Crises of the Christ" (1903).
While I don't have any specific references to modern scholarship, Adam typology is definetly evident in the Gospels. 1. Luke presents Jesus as a new Adam. This is beyond a doubt Luke’s purpose in the placement and arrangement of Jesus’ genealogy. Unlike Matthew who places his genealogy at the outset of his gospel, Luke places it immedietly after Jesus’ ...
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