- The First Testament Approach––John Goldingay
- The Christotelic Approach––Tremper Longman III
- The Reception-Centered, Intertextual Approach––Havilah Dharamraj
- The Redemptive-Historical, Christocentric Approach––Jason S. DeRouchie
- The Premodern Approach––Craig A. Carter
I was committed to this project because “the knowledge of God’s glory in Christ” is a treasure (2 Cor 4:6–7; cf. Matt 13:44) and because it is in “beholding the glory of the Lord” that we “are being transformed into the same image from one degree of glory to another” (2 Cor 3:18). I long for God’s people to see and savor Christ faithfully in the whole of Scripture wherever he is found.
The For the Church blog team interviewed Dr. Andrew King (book editor) and myself regarding the project, and I encourage you to check out our responses to their questions. Our exchange sets the book in context and also helps Christians have discernment when reading the differing perspectives: https://ftc.co/resource-library/articles/five-views-of-christ-in-the-old-testament/.
Also, Dr. King and I participated in a Midwestern Seminary BookTalk, which serves to introduce the volume, clarify its importance, and guide readers in using the whole with benefit: https://vimeo.com/765749154?fbclid=IwAR0d48lVmyW5UB5uRYiINuFd4gZ7QlMdQPTsGLIF6xpjW4GOgECBsRyppV4.
For a brief excerpt from my chapter, see: https://ftc.co/resource-library/book-reviews/principles-for-seeing-and-celebrating-christ-in-his-scriptures/.