Written by the famous developer of Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance, this thorough, illustrated exposition is a classic work on the Tabernacle. What was the Tabernacle of Israel really like? What significance does it hold for Christians today? What can be discovered in the Ark and its cherubic figures?
A detailed examination of the Tabernacle, this book explores its intricacies—a central part of Jewish life in the Old Testament. After a brief history, James Strong explains the various parts of the construction with all its accessories and their relationship. He concludes with an explanation of the aesthetic analogies and spiritual symbols which this elaborate and elegant structure portrays.
Contains thirty-nine original drawings
A valuable collection of notes on the first five books of the Bible. Each section begins with a helpful introduction followed by a chapter-by-chapter study of the text.
Paperback, 192 pages.