Freely Given Online Bible College

T016, B540 Tabernacle
This study of the history and typology of the tabernacle in the wilderness consists of a careful exegesis of the fifteen chapters in Exodus (25-40) which describe its construction, dedication, and religious service. The entire tabernacle is a typological picture of Godís plan through Christ and the church. Oft repeated numbers (1,2,4,5,6,7, 10,40, and 100), significant colors (white, red, blue, and purple), basic metals (gold, silver, and brass), and other items such as wood, stone, earth, bread, oil, water, cherubim, etc., all carry typological significance in relationship to the work of Christ on Calvary. A scale model of the tabernacle is available for examination by students. 2 credits.


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