I'll go by what I've been taught; that Jesus is the new Adam. If that includes as default Jesus being the new Moses, the new Joseph, the new David, the new Solomon, the new <Insert person that prefigured Christ in the Old Testament>, then I'll stop arguing those points. I ask for forgiveness.
I'm not slick with words like some posters on this forum; however, I thought that Jesus as the new Moses was a bit excessive. Moses died. At the Transfiguration, Moses and Elijah appeared; Moses representing the law and those who died and Elijah representing the prophets and those who are alive. Jesus died and rose from the dead. So, if I was berating obvious points, I apologize.