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This new The Tabernacle DVD is a fantastic 6-session video-based study on the biblical Tabernacle, and is perfect for your personal study, church small group, or Sunday school class. Learn more about this movable tent of meeting in the wilderness of Sinai where God dwelled with his people.
Using the popular Tabernacle Experience® replica of the Tabernacle of Moses, this easy-to-teach study presents an expert-guided tour and explanation of each part. As you walk through this life-size model of the Old Testament Tabernacle, you will work your way from the Outer Courtyard into the Most Holy Place. Your teacher Shawn Barnard explains the significance and symbolism of each section of the Tabernacle.
Anyone who enjoys the Bible can lead this study. You don't have to be an expert. Everything is self-guided.
Tabernacle DVD-based Study—Contents
- DVD of all 6 sessions
- Leader Guide
- Participant Guide
- Tabernacle pamphlet—a fold-out, full-color diagram of the Tabernacle—with each part identified.
- PowerPoint® Presentation—an optional ready-to-use presentation to expand the teaching. Includes dozens of illustrations.
- PDFs of promotional fliers, banners, door hanger, and posters, PLUS email header (jpg) and PowerPoint® save-the-date slide (jpg).
Each video is about 25-35-minutes long which gives you time to go through the Participant Guide and to have a discussion. Perfect for a one-hour session. And if you have more than one hour, there are optional discussion questions and even a ready-to-use PowerPoint® that you can use to extend the teaching.
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2013
Dimensions: 9.50 X 6.50 X 2.00 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
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GJorgeMedinaHouston, TXAge: 35-44Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5A beautiful, insightful DVD seriesNovember 20, 2013GJorgeMedinaHouston, TXAge: 35-44Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 3DVD Review: The Tabernacle
By Shawn Barnard, MDiv
Important Note: This review is for the 6-Session DVD and printable Leader Guide edition only. Therefore, other items in the Complete Kit For The Tabernacle DVD-based Bible Study were not available for review.
Rose Publishing is currently a leader in publishing study books that are attractive, well laid out, and very useful; most of them are truly eye-candy. It is no different with The Tabernacle 6-Session DVD.
I teach Tabernacle typology at a local Bible school; therefore, my expectations of Barnard's teaching may be a little higher than most. Barnard is a good communicator and the multimedia features added to the lectures are very helpful in aiding further understanding. Unfortunately, the audio in the lectures is uneven (the right channel is very low and unclear); still, the images used are beautiful; I just wish they had used more of the relevant images throughout the presentations. Also, I'm not sure how I feel about some of the camera work; looking at the back of people's heads may seem interesting to some while unnerving others.
Of course, most of the teaching was familiar to me; however, I did find one or two nuggets of gold in Barnard's teaching. As is common with any typological teaching, I think that sometimes Shawn went beyond the Biblical evidence in some applications (e.g. the Trinity in the Tabernacle?), but overall he tries to stay grounded in Scripture. Further, I could not agree with his statement that, "Everything in Scripture points to and finds its fulfillment in Jesus Christ." Most current scholars of Hermeneutics would not agree with that position. I think most of us can think of Old Testament passages that cannot point to Jesus in a typological fashion (descriptions of geographical locations, numbers, genealogies, descriptions of sinful behavior, etc.). That is not to say that Jesus is not present in the Old Testament; He certainly is present in every division of the Hebrew Bible! (See John 5:39: Luke 24:27, 44-45.)
All the video sessions come in one DVD; the second DVD contains marketing materials for the class and also a 96 page Leader's Guide that is very nicely done and could be useful in teaching a class on the subject at your local church as it contains suggestions on group activities. Of course, the student's would have to avail themselves of the Student's Notes with fill-in-the-blanks elsewhere since they are not included in this package (see the Complete Kit for the Tabernacle from Rose Publishing that does include those).
Viewing all sessions takes about three hours; hardly enough time to give an adequate overview of the richness of the typology found in the descriptions of the Tabernacle plan and function. This need not be seen as a negative comment; I just wish Barnard took his time explaining each lesson in more detail; he seems to have more to share than he had time to. Maybe Rose Publishing will produce a more complete course on the subject (one also has to keep in mind that Rose has a book and other materials on the subject that can complement the DVD series). Having said that, I think the DVD study is an excellent primer on Tabernacle typology for the average church member. Get this resource. You won't be disappointed.
Disclosure: The DVD set was received for free from the Rose Publishing book review program. The program does not require a positive review, only an honest one.