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What does the double reference principle deal with?

The unique literary aspect of scripture where an event or prophecy has a fulfilment in the Old Testament, but then later is applied to Jesus Christ or His Kingdom in the New Testament.

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2. When should the double reference principle be used?

Only when the New Testament reveals that a passage is a double (or dual) reference.

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3. What phrase might indicate that the NT authors were taking an example from the Old Testament and applying it in a new way to demonstrate a principle?

"It is written"

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4. What is the Christo-centric principle?

The idea that the entire Bible (both Old and New Testament) centres on the ministry of Jesus Christ.

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5. Give three scripture references that show that Jesus is the central focus of scripture

1. Luke 24:27
2. Luke 24:44
3. Colossians 1:18

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6. When does the Christo-Centric principle?

Only when a passage speaks of Jesus characteristically, prophetically, historically, or doctrinally.

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7. What is a comparative mention principle?

The idea that the meaning of a group of verses does not become clear until those verses are compared with another group of verses that deal with the same subject matter.

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8. What idea did the biblical writers use to help their audiences understand their message?

Compare and contrast.