What does Prototype mean in the Bible?

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Webster's Dictionary - Prototype
(n.) An original or model after which anything is copied; the pattern of anything to be engraved, or otherwise copied, cast, or the like; a primary form; exemplar; archetype.

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Ailette - ) A small square shield, formerly worn on the shoulders of knights, - being the Prototype of the modern epaulet
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A combining form prefix signifying first, primary, primordial; as, protomartyr, the first martyr; protomorphic, primitive in form; protoplast, a primordial organism; Prototype, protozoan
Bedel - (Anglo-Saxon: bydel, a messenger) An inferior officer of the Anglican Church whose Prototype, in the Catholic Church, was the mansionarius (of or belonging to a dwelling or lodging), and possibly an officer known as the paramonarius (watcher or guard), by some, however, interpreted as bailiff
Bedell - (Anglo-Saxon: bydel, a messenger) An inferior officer of the Anglican Church whose Prototype, in the Catholic Church, was the mansionarius (of or belonging to a dwelling or lodging), and possibly an officer known as the paramonarius (watcher or guard), by some, however, interpreted as bailiff
Beadle - (Anglo-Saxon: bydel, a messenger) An inferior officer of the Anglican Church whose Prototype, in the Catholic Church, was the mansionarius (of or belonging to a dwelling or lodging), and possibly an officer known as the paramonarius (watcher or guard), by some, however, interpreted as bailiff
Annals - The Prototype of medieval annals is the "Chronographus" of 354, an official document of the Roman Empire
Bestiaries - The Prototype of the bestiaries was the "Physiologus," written probably by an Alexandrian Greek in the 2century A
Bestiary - The Prototype of the bestiaries was the "Physiologus," written probably by an Alexandrian Greek in the 2century A
Form - "Image" (eikoon ) supposes a Prototype of which it is the exact counterpart, as the child is the living image of the parent
Jezebel - In her strength of character, her lust for power, her unshrinking and resolute activity; her remorseless brushing aside of anything and everything that interfered with the carrying out of her designs, she was the veritable Prototype of Catherine de Medicis
Deacon - It has indeed been suggested that there was already a class called "the young men," which was the Prototype of the diaconate
Tabernacle - , where the people were called to meet God), a preferable description to "the tabernacle of the congregation," as in the AV in the OT; the outer part, Hebrews 9:2,6 ; the inner sanctuary, Hebrews 9:3 ; (c) the heavenly Prototype, Hebrews 8:2 ; 9:11 ; Revelation 13:6 ; 15:5 ; 21:3 (of its future descent); (d) the eternal abodes of the saints, Luke 16:9 , RV, "tabernacles" (AV, "habitations"); (e) the Temple in Jerusalem, as continuing the service of the tabernacle, Hebrews 13:10 ; (f) the house of David, i
Accad - The solidity and the loftiness of this pile, unfashioned to any other purpose, bespeak it to be one of those enormous pyramidal towers which were consecrated to the Sabian worship; which, as essential to their religious rites, were probably erected in all the early cities of the Cuthites; and, like their Prototype at Babylon, answered the double purpose of altars and observatories
Banking - The Prototype of paper money may have been leather strips studded with precious metal as a legal medium of exchange
Banking - The Prototype of paper money may have been leather strips studded with precious metal as a legal medium of exchange
Samuel - ...
Samuel served as the Prototype for future prophets in tension with the kings of Israel and Judah
Hair (2) - ...
The Baptist’s garment of camel’s hair (θρὶξ καμήλου, Matthew 3:4) is probably identical with אַדֵּרָח שׂעִר of Zechariah 13:4, and that of his great Prototype (Matthew 5:365 where we should read with (Revised Version margin) ‘a man with a garment of hair’)
Symbol - The English word ‘type,’ as the equivalent of ‘symbol’ or ‘emblem,’ is sometimes confusing, as it has been used both for the fulfilment of the Prototype and as that which points forward to the antitype
Aaron - Christ was thought of, not as identical with His Prototype, but as invested with higher qualities, of which only the germ and promise are to be found in Aaron
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The word is used (1) of an "image" or a coin (not a mere likeness), Matthew 22:20 ; Mark 12:16 ; Luke 20:24 ; so of a statue or similar representation (more than a resemblance), Romans 1:23 ; Revelation 13:14,15 (thrice); 14:9,11; 15:2; 16:2; 19:20; 20:4; of the descendants of Adam as bearing his image, 1 Corinthians 15:49 , each a representation derived from the Prototype; (2) of subjects relative to things spiritual, Hebrews 10:1 , negatively of the Law as having "a shadow of the good things to come, not the very image of the things," i
Nimrod - And it is highly probable that the Assyrian Nimrod, or Hindu Bala, was also the Prototype of the Grecian Hercules, with his club and lion's skin
Judges - This council fell into desuetude under the judges and kings; but after the monarchy the Sanhedrin was modeled on this Prototype
Adam (1) - Eicon, "image," presupposes a Prototype, as the monarch is the Prototype and his head on the coin the image
New Commandment - In the Fourth Gospel the Supper is regarded as the Prototype of the Agape rather than of the Eucharist, and the institution of the ‘new covenant’ gives place to that of the ‘new commandment’ of brotherly love
Beatitudes - Thus he becomes a Prototype of all believers in Christ
Macedonia - This originally Thracian hero became the Prototype for the Christian saint George
Violence - It is important to remember that חְּקִף has no Passive; from this it would follow that the Passive βιάζεται, is not derived immediately from an Aramaic Prototype
Apocalyptic Literature - The most illustrious specimen, and perhaps the Prototype of later apocalyptic literature, is the Book of Daniel. —Of the earlier Jewish apocalypse, the canonical Daniel forms the Prototype
the Unprofitable Servant - He is a fine pattern for all ploughmen and for all feeders of their masters' cattle; but he is a perfect Prototype to all preachers and pastors especially
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History Moses, perhaps Israel's greatest leader, was a prophetic Prototype (Acts 3:21-24 )
Nineveh - Egyptian architecture is derived from a stone Prototype, Assyrian from a wooden one, in agreement with the physical features of the respective countries
Kings, First And Second, Theology of - His misdeeds became the Prototype for the entire nation's history
Moses - , a Prototype of Christ, having been first of all disowned by his people (Acts 7:23-29), then exalted by God to be their leader and deliverer (Acts 7:35), and at length once more rejected by them (Acts 7:39-41)
Idol - The "image" presupposes a Prototype
Prayer - ...
The Prototype of this wrestling or conflict with God is the story of Jacob in Genesis 32:22-32
Jerusalem - "Jerusalem the defensed" (Ezekiel 21:20), yet doomed to be "the city of confusion," a second Babel (confusion), by apostasy losing the order of truth and holiness, so doomed to the disorder of destruction like Babylon, its Prototype in evil (Isaiah 24:10; Jeremiah 4:23)
Herod - Herodias having gained this first step, like her Prototype Jezebel, found the next step an easy one; at the first "convenient day" (his birthday, which he observed with the Herodian characteristic aping of Roman ways, in defiance of Jewish abhorrence of the pagan custom) when Herod made a supper to his lords, and Herodias' daughter by dancing so pleased him that he promised to give whatever she might ask, Herodias prompted her to ask for John's head
Law - His general plea is that Divine revelation is independent of any particular holy place, and be honours Moses less as the Law-giver than as the Prototype of Jesus, and as the one who foretold His coming (cf
Wandering Stars - Like the great Prototype of their Leader, who was led as a lamb to the slaughter, His followers were to let their throats be cut, unresisting sheep as they were, butchered by the cruel knife (cf
Trial of Jesus - it is arbitrary to take the latter as the Prototype of the former
Sanctification - Paul, Jesus is alive in this particular relationship, in the midst of His Church, leader of their praise, Prototype of their faith, united to them by ties of flesh and blood
Passover - It is altogether unnecessary to see in the lamb of the original institution an actual Prototype of our Lord
Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch - ...
It is certainly somewhat startling to those accustomed to regard bishops as the successors of the apostles that Ignatius everywhere speaks of the position of the apostles as corresponding to that of the existing presbyters, while the Prototype of the bishop is not the apostles, but the Lord Himself
Odes of Solomon - In this respect they resemble their Prototype, the canonical Psalms of the prophet king, and there is no internal evidence to prevent us from holding that they are simply an attempt to imitate, in Christian circles, the Davidic Psalms