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Benjamin GalanRose Publishing / 2008 / Spiral BoundOur Price$17.995 out of 5 stars for Rose Guide to the Tabernacle. View reviews of this product. 31 Reviews
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GreekGeek5 Stars Out Of 5nicely doneFebruary 20, 2021GreekGeekShortly after it arrived I got involved in a family emergency so have not looked at it in detail. I did spend a half hour or more looking at it. My impression is that it may not be deep enough for those that study the Bible a lot but it does give a nice overview of the tabernacle and the artwork is very well done.
Melissa5 Stars Out Of 5excitingOctober 23, 2020MelissaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Very informative, a nice way to learn.
Erasmus5 Stars Out Of 5An Outstanding GuideFebruary 24, 2020ErasmusQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I believe that the importance of the Tabernacle is mystifying to many Christians. The Rose Guide To The tabernacle clarifies many things in an interesting and entertaining manner. This book is made for anyone who wants to understand the Pentateuch better, especially the long passages regarding the design and construction of the tabernacle (I found the plastic overlays particularly helpful). This book also help in understanding how the tabernacle relates to the life of Christ and to our lives as Christians.
hillbilly5 Stars Out Of 5great resourceAugust 15, 2019hillbillyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Very well done , great resource for learning .
Bren5 Stars Out Of 5Casting a View Into the Old Testament's TabernacleJuly 6, 2018BrenQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4For three years now, I have started the new year with the reading of the Old Testament. And each year I tend to get bogged down in one particular section: the describing of the building of the Tabernacle on Shavuot at the foot of Mount. Sinai. It was within the pages of Rose Publishing's View of the Tabernacle that so many of my queries where getting answered. The book begins with a systematic introduction of the events that led up to the need for the creation of the Tabernacle: right from man's relationship with God in the Garden of Eden including explaining man's fall from his beloved relationship with God all the way through to the events leading up to man's freedom from Eygpt and beyond.
This is a text that definitely would be excellent for bible-school use with children. At the same time, though, I would recommend it to be in the home of every Christian who is seeking a more rich comprehension of this section of God's word.
A lot of pictures and illustrations of the events that occurred within the tabernacle assisted in turning complicated words into beautiful visual explanations. Throughout the whole book, there are charts explaining the relationships between symbolism and that for which the symbols represent. The charts even display in what way the Old Testament symbols apply to the New Testament and, in some cases, how they apply to some modern day church/ synagogue symbolisms.
Note: Rose Publishers provided me with an e-book copy of this text to review.
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