Though he is often celebrated as the American father of Protestant liberalism, Horace Bushnell's biography and writing defy the categories of theological typology .
And they're primarily dating, according to ceramic typology - that is, what the sherds tell them about the date.
And secondly, and perhaps of more initial concern for Orthodox women, this now altered typology is being used definitively rather than descriptively toward women.
All this imagery occurs with shades of the medieval world of Dante's Inferno, Virgil's Aeneid, and the fire-and-brimstone typology of the Bible.
Eliade's typology separated shamans from priests - the latter indulged in ‘plagiaristic aping’ of the original - and, as has often been argued since, claimed that shamanism had no place in Africa.
Finally, the study also utilizes the Miles and Snow typology for classifying firms according to their strategy, thus providing a more systematic analysis of the relationship between firm strategy and executive compensation.
In pursuit of his theory Mazza ignores much evidence of somatic realism in patristic thought, in order to concentrate on those liturgies and theologians who saw the Eucharistic act in terms of typology and likeness.
Maurice Duverger, in Political Parties, developed a more extended typology of modern parties based on Weber's analysis.
In conclusion, a three-factor leisure typology , supported through factor analysis, has been presented here.
We are dealing then with a pneumatological typology that still bears the imprint of the liturgical thinking of the early church.