Review of Goldsworthy, Christ-Centered Biblical Theology | for His

Rather than seeing Moses as a prominent new departure, Goldsworthy would see the Bibles big story breaking down as follows: Creation to Abraham, then David, then the prophets, then fulfillment achieved by Jesus, concluding with the New Creation (26). Goldsworthy And then he quotes Robinson on the way the patterns of OT history would find fulfillment in what Christ brings: There would be a Jesus is “the central subject matter of the Hebrew Scriptures” (45).