This exhaustive and richly suggestive treatment of the Tabernacle, the priesthood, and the offerings is a classic in its field. The author minutely discusses every part of his subject, yet there is no undue straining of the types, nor fanciful spiritualizing. Throughout the book there is a wealth of direct, practical teaching regarding the daily life of the Christian and the maintenance of communion with God. Twenty-one illustrations, based on descriptions in the Old Testament and on archaeologicical discoveries, enhance the value of this work.
This exhaustive, richly suggestive treatment is a classic in its field. Twenty-one illustrations based on descriptions in the Old Testament and archeological discoveries.