of the typical meaning in the Bible is in Paul's
writings. Paul appears to delight in establishing types between
the New Testament and the Old Testament. In 1 Cor 10:6
Paul typifies those events which occurred to the Israelites
in the desert of Sinai throughout the Exodus to those things
that happen to Christians.
of a type--the typical meaning in the
Bible--is the bronze serpent raised by Moses in the
desert. The evangelist John presents raising the bronze
serpent as a type of Christ crucified (3:14).