The Kregel Pictorial Guide to the Tabernacle
The remarkable story of the tabernacle, from its origins in the desert to the building of a permanent temple. The Kregel Pictorial Guide to the Tabernacle is illustrated in full color with photographs of full-scale replicas.
What was the purpose of the tabernacle? And what did it look like? What is the relationship between the tabernacle and the temple? And what finally happened, after all, to the Ark of the Covenant?
Does the tabernacle have some significance for the Christian today? This book is a fascinating, detailed description and history of the wilderness tabernacle.
Table of Contents
- The Tabernacle – God’s Tent
- Three Tabernacles
- History of the Tabernacle: The Wilderness Years
- History of the Tabernacle: Into the Promised Land
- Structure of the Tabernacle
- Furniture of the Tabernacle: The Most Holy Place
- Furniture of the Tabernacle: The Holy Place
- The Outer Courtyard and its Furniture
- Making and Moving the Tabernacle
- The Sacrifices of the Temple
- The Levites and Priests
- Holy Days and Festivals
- The Symbolism of the Tabernacle
- Solomon’s Temple
- What Happened to the Ark?
About the Author
Tim Dowley has a Ph.D. in church history from the University of Manchester. He has been at the forefront of writing and editing for a new generation of resources on biblical studies and church history. He is the author of several beautiful, photo-filled and fact-filled guides, including The Kregel Pictorial Guide to the Bible; The Kregel Pictorial Guide to Everyday Life in Bible Times; and The Kregel Pictorial Guide to the Story of the Bible.