Topics that start with 0- before its title are scanned notes from the seminary. Topics are easy to find since they are in alphabetical order.
Ministry of the Word - Types Jonah and Jesus
  => Types Jonah and Jesus
  > Colossians. Letter. Fr Harry
  > Bible Introduction Books
  > Corinthians Book background. .. Fr Fritzgerald
  > Corinthians I Fr Jerry
  > Deuteronomy... Fr Fritzgerald
  > DEI VERBUM Fr Gilbert Live in
  > Daniel Exam Notes
  > EXODUS Fr Lester
  > Ephesians.Letter.. Fr Harry
  > Ecclesiastes
  > GENESIS Ch 1-11
  > GENESIS 12-50 Fr Harry
  > Galatians.....Fr Jude Ferreira
  > HOSEA by Fr K. T. Emmanuel
  > Hebrews... Fr Jude Ferreira
  > Haggai & Zechariah
  > Infancy Narrative
  > John... Fr Lester
  > Job
  > James .. Fr Errol fernandes
  > John 1, 2, & 3..,Fr Jude Ferreira
  > John's letter .. Fr Jude Ferreira
  > Joshua.. Fr Roland
  > John 1, 2 & 3 & Jude... Fr Jude
  > Leviticus.... Fr Jerry
  > Mariology... Bp Agnelo Gracious
  > Mark Gsp... Fr. Jude
  MARK's balance notes Fr Jude
  NT Books
  Numbers... Fr Lester.
  OT Intro.. Fr Roland
  Psalms... Live in
  Parables Fr Lester
  Passion & Ressurrection Narratives. Fr Jude Ferreira
  Pentateuch... Fr Jude
  Pentateuch. Intro
  Proverbs Fr Jude Ferreira
  Pauline letters Intro..
  Peter..I & II Fr Errol Fernandes
  Philippians.. Rejoice in the Lord always
  Dossier on Sirac
  Dossier on Hosea
  Philippians on Excellence
  Passion Death & Resurection Jerrys Dossier
  PARABLES introduction n classification
  Song of Songs ...Fr Jude
  Ten Commandments in Deut & Exo.
  Thessalonians..I & II Fr Jude
  Wisdom Literature
  Maccabees I
  Revelation.. Fr Jude.
  666 - Who Is The Beast Of The Revelation?
  Did Jesus rise from the dead?
  12 Days Of Christmas
  Emergency Telephone Numbers
  The Seven Last Words of Jesus
  The Battle Belongs to the Lord
  12 Tribes of Isreal, family tree, Kings & Prophets
  Family Tree of Abraham
  Jacob and Tribes of Israel
  Map of Isreal in ref to Hosea
  Southern Kings & Prophets
  MOW Oct 2008 Livein at the seminary
  Pic's 29.4.2009 livein
  Northern Kings & Prophets
  22.2.09 Commisioning Day pics
  Pic's 29.4.09 livein
  B'days in the Bible
  Way of the Cross
  PARABLES, A complete Dossier
  PARABLES II, A complete Dossier
  5 Ways To Know You're In God's Will, verything Is Fighting Against You.
  00 Bible Study Principles & Practices
  Repetative Prayer Q&A
  The Sifting of Simon Peter (Lk 22:31-34)
  The Parable of the Fig Tree
  O L Fatima Church first church of its kind in Asia. at KARJAT
  Different names of GOD
  Enthronement to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
  Ask Seek Knock
  Biblical Typology
  God’s Justice and Abraham’s Intercession
  Simon Peter the Fisher of Men Luke 5:5-11
  Why was Moses not allowed to enter the Promised Land
  The Untold Story of Mary's Visitation..Short Form
  Mary the Ark of the new Covenant..Full Form
  sacrament of Confirmation. The ordination of the Laity
  Hyssop used in Biblical Times and Sinificance
  Why did Jesus fold the napkin
  Halloween..All you wanted to now
  Title of your new page
  Jesus as the bronze serpent in Numbers 21:4-9
  Walls of Jerico
  The Parable of the Talent Mt 25:14-30
  Jonah and Jesus
  Kyrie eleison or Lord of Mercy

Typology in Christian theology and Biblical exegesis is a doctrine concerning the relationship of the Old Testament to the New Testament. Events, persons, or statements in the Old Testament are seen as types pre-figuring or superseded by antitypes, events or aspects of Christ or his revelation described in the New Testament.


Jonah may be seen as the type of Christ in that he emerged from the fish's belly and thus appeared to rise from death. The story of Jonah foreshadows the redemptive work of Jesus Christ


1. (Jonah) His mission was to call the gentile Assyrians of Nineveh to repentance and acknowledgement of Yahweh as the source of their salvation [Jonah 1:13:1-2].

1. (Jesus Christ) His mission was to call all of mankind, including the gentile nations, to repentance and into Covenant with Yahweh [Matthew 28:18-20].


2 Jonah was willing to sacrifice his life for the salvation of his shipmates [Jonah 1:12].

2. Jesus was willing to sacrifice His life for the salvation of the world [Matthew 20:28].

3. (Jonah) He was entombed in the belly of a great fish [Jonah 2:1].

3. (Jesus) After Jesus' death He was placed in a tomb [Matthew 27:60].


4. (Jonah) On the third day Jonah was "resurrected" from the belly of the fish [Jonah 2:11/10].

4. (Jesus) On the third day Jesus was resurrected from the tomb [Matthew 17:2320:1928:1-10].


5. (Jonah) After his "resurrection" from the belly of the fish, Jonah continued his mission to call the gentile Assyrians to repentance and salvation [Jonah 3:1-3].

5. (Jesus) After His resurrection from the tomb, Jesus continued His mission to found the universal Church and to commission the Apostles to spread the gospel to every nation on earth; it is a mission that continues even after His Ascension [Matthew 28:16-20].


6. Jonah preached that Nineveh would be destroyed in 40 days if the people did not repent [Jonah 3:4].

6. (Jesus) After His resurrection, Jesus taught the New Covenant Church for 40 days before His Ascension [Acts 1:3].


7. Jonah taught that failure to repent sin brings judgment but salvation is a gift of God [Jonah 1:13:4-59-10]

7. Jesus taught that failure to repent sin brings judgment but salvation is a gift of God [Matthew 5:21-22John 5:22-298:34-36Luke 24:47John 3:175:3410:19Acts 2:21].



Compiled by

Anthony Custodio Fiacre DIAS

Phone +91 9821342681

Email :

Web page.

09th. October 2017

Today, there have been 25 visitors (33 hits) on this page!
=> Do you also want a homepage for free? Then click here! <=