What does the beginning of the Gospel of John have in common with Genesis?
What does Babel have to do with Pentecost?
Did Luke have Achan (from the book of Joshua) in mind when he wrote about Ananias and Sapphira in the book of Acts?
How are Enoch, Melchizedek, Isaac, Joseph, Moses, Elijah, and Jeremiah like Jesus?
The New Testament writers were well-versed in the Old Testament. So much so that some of the New Testament passages they wrote closely resemble passages in the Old Testament. Dr. Jimmy Orr examines these New Testament passages along with their Old Testament counterparts in order to identify their parallels as well as point out possible applications for today. In addition, Dr. Orr highlights some of the Old Testament characters who are counterparts to Jesus Christ in the New Testament.