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The Odyssey of the Third Temple

In this captivating and detailed work, the scholars of the Temple Institude reveal the beauty, majesty, and holiness of the Holy Temple in an unprecedented manner. The Odyssey of the Third Temple emphasizes the central role which the Holy Temple occupies in the life of the Jewish people and all mankind. It also clearly demonstrates how the commandment of God to build the Temple is the central theme of Judaism.

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Rose Guide to the Tabernacle

Rose Guide to the Tabernacle

“See Inside” the Tabernacle of Moses with Rose Guide to the Tabernacle! Rose Guide to the Tabernacle is packed with fascinating facts, full-color Tabernacle pictures, charts, and diagrams not available in other books. It explains the history of the Tabernacle and its sacred objects and activities, while also illuminating deep insight into what Jesus did for his followers during his life, his death and his resurrection. This fantastic resources is great for anyone doing a Tabernacle Bible study or for anyone wanting to dig deeper into the symbolism of the Old Testament. Winner of the 2009 Christian Retailing Retailers Choice Award for Bible Reference!

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Feasts of the Lord

The Feasts of the Lord

God's Prophetic Calendar From Calvary to the Kingdom. Israel's feasts are infinitely more important than just a series of cultural observances. These feasts are appointed by the Lord, and they are owned by the Lord. He calls them my feasts. Together they form God's prophetic calendar, outlining the work of history's most important person -- Jesus, the Messiah.

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The Mystery of Ezekiel's Temple Liturgy

The Mystery of Ezekiel's Temple Liturgy

Ezekiel’s Temple liturgy, Ezekiel 40–48, is God’s revelation. Its use is future, when Messiah is king on David’s throne. Mystery surrounds it—no high priest, altered festivals, changes to Mosaic Law, and a return to animal sacrifice? Solving the mystery, this book shakes up our theology! This book first demonstrates the future necessity for Ezekiel’s Temple and liturgy. Then we analyze the details of each component in the Tabernacle and Ezekiel’s Temple. Details include priesthood, consecrations, Tabernacle articles, sacrifices, and festivals. It is boring, but this foundation must be laid. It allows us to identify similarities and differences. Similarities indicate continuation of Tabernacle ritual. Differences indicate changes for a new era. Sacrifices that cease are of special interest. These spotlight what Mosaic shadows have found their reality. This defines what Messiah has done as God’s suffering servant. Christ’s death made atonement for sin and therefore the Day of Atonement festival ceases. As the mystery of Ezekiel’s Temple unfolds, we make sense of God’s revelation to Ezekiel. But in doing so, it radically alters our theology. Current thinking is that the cross fulfils all functions of the court altar. But if that were true, there would be no court altar sacrifices in the future! In Ezekiel, the evening burnt offering stops, and all other sacrifices continue! The cross only fulfills one of the functions of the altar outside the camp. Theological adjustment is needed on the cross and atonement to understand Messiah’s resumption of Tabernacle ways. For Roman Catholics, Tabernacle typology proves no one eats the sacrifice where blood enters the Tabernacle. Jews hold to the eternality of God’s Word, but they cannot hold to the shadows and miss the reality. Ezekiel’s ritual changes Mosaic Law. It also forces them to find God’s suffering servant during the existence of the second temple!

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Ezekiel's Temple

Ezekiel's Temple

A Scriptural Framework Illustrating THE Covenant of Grace Bible readers have long pondered the complicated Temple vision in Ezekiel's last nine chapters. In an attempt to explain why this vision is in the Bible, this study focuses especially on what the prophet was explicitly told to show Israel-the Temple's "design," "plan," or "layout," and in particular its "exits and entrances" (Ezek. 43:11). In these pages, a practicing professional architect who has pondered the Temple for some five decades shows how Ezekiel's mysterious "plan," with its complex system of "exits and entrances," presents in symbolic forms a stunning visual portrait of God's eternal Covenant with Israel and-through that-the work of Messiah. Emil Heller Henning III was born in Boston in 1946, educated in the Baltimore Public Schools, and holds A.B. and Master of Architecture degrees from Washington University in St. Louis. He worked one summer in graduate school for a Boston firm that pioneered "wayfinding" concepts to help people navigate subway systems and sprawling building complexes. While there he assisted in the design of orientation maps and signs for a campus of over 100 interconnected buildings. For three years he was a Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, after which he worked for architecture firms in North and South Carolina. He is today a Registered Architect in South Carolina, where he has a small architectural practice and serves as a Ruling Elder at Second Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Greenville, S.C.

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Jerusalem's Temple Mount: From Solomon to the Golden Dome

Jerusalem's Temple Mount: From Solomon to the Golden Dome

According to the Hebrew Bible, King Solomon built a Temple to the Lord in Jerusalem on a threshing floor that his father, King David, purchased from Araunah the Jebusite for 50 shekels of silver. "No other building of the ancient world," claims the Anchor Bible Dictionary, "either while it stood in Jerusalem or in the millennia since its final destruction has been the focus of so much attention throughout the ages." This stunning book, with its 160 illustrations, is a history of the Temple or Temples in Jerusalem from Solomon's time to the present. The book reads like an archaeological excavation, digging deeper and deeper at one site. Starting with a discussion of the Palestinian denial of a Jewish Temple, the book proceeds to explore the Islamic Dome of the Rock, the little-known Roman Temple of Jupiter, Herod's massive Temple Mount, the Temple built by the exiles returning from Babylon, and finally Solomon's Temple. With a lively and informative text to accompany the pictures, Jerusalem's Temple Mount is replete with archaeology, history, legends (Jewish, Christian, and Muslim), inscriptions, biblical interpretations, and forgeries.

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Kregel Pictorial Guide to the Temple

Kregel Pictorial Guide to the Temple

God's Prophetic Calendar From Calvary to the Kingdom. Israel's feasts are infinitely more important than just a series of cultural observances. These feasts are appointed by the Lord, and they are owned by the Lord. He calls them my feasts. Together they form God's prophetic calendar, outlining the work of history's most important person -- Jesus, the Messiah.

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