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antitype

a person or thing that is foreshadowed or represented by a type or symbol, esp a character or event in the New Testament prefigured in the Old Testament
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10) Neil Ormerod, using the work of Lonergan and Doran, has attempted to develop a systematic approach to ecclesiology that invokes the notion of dialectical relations and four antitypes ("Church, Anti-types and Ordained Ministry: Systematic Perspectives," Pacifica 10 [October 1997] 331-49).
In this article I had simply numbered the four antitypes that I now refer to as classic conservative, neo-conservative, semi-progressive, and totally progressive.
Furthermore, the incarnation (that is, the totality of the Messiah's life) is the thematic centre of book xii, and it is antitype and type at the same time.
05 and all exhibit very small Q-values; for CONTRIBUTION x ANALYSIS, all of the significant types and antitypes can already be explained on the basis of the interaction between LENGTH and CONTRIBUTION.
Clearly, to imagine women as progressing from type to antitype with each woman in this "golden Chaine" embodying increasing perfection is to dignify the sex's spiritual capacity; to imagine their transcendence in their apocalyptic justification at the end of time is to refute some early modern misogynist assumptions about women's comparative moral and spiritual weakness.
For these writers, types and antitypes were not only indicators of the plan of salvation but became the means by which to understand how salvation and divinization would be achieved.
Instead, Haynes writes, "when Christians are confronted with the word-sign `Jew,' they are more likely to conjure theological types and antitypes, not to mention cultural and literary stereotypes than to think of real individuals with the same hopes, failures, and foibles as non-Jews" (p.
Even the Hawaiians had their Menehune antitypes as well as the celestial islands of Kahiki whence came transformative institutions and cults, including the priesthood, the ruling chiefs, and human sacrifice.
And despite the antitypes noted above, I am proposing that what survives, what stands in A Song of Ice and Fire as the last lone bugle-call of victory, is honor.
zawj) and their opposites (in this case precisely not antagonists, but rather antitypes or reflections of the original type) in order categorically to identify Muhammad ibn cAbd Allah as one of their number.
Perhaps Auden recognized that his own early anxiety over the impermanence of his string of homosexual relationships resembled the suffering lover of whom Tristan and Don Giovanni were antitypes.
The Old Testament is only umbra (shadow), figura, and signum; its sole theological relevance is in New Testament antitypes.