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The Temple (With Full Color Illustrations)

Alfred Edersheim

The Temple (With Full Color Illustrations)

Alfred Edersheim

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1. A First View of Jerusalem, and of the Temple^2. Within the Holy Place^3. Temple Order, Revenues, and Music^4. The Officiating Priesthood^5. Sacrifices: Their Order and Their Meaning^6. The Burnt-Offering, the Sin- and Trespass-Offering, and the Peace-Offering^7. At Night in the Temple^8. The Morning and the Evening Sacrifice^9. Sabbath in the Temple^10. Festive Cycles and Arrangement of the Calendar^11. The Passover^12. The Paschal Feast and the Lord's Supper^13. The Feast of Unleavened Bread and the Day of Pentecost^14. The Feast of Tabernacles^15. The New Moons: the Feast of the Seventh New Moon, or of Trumpets, or New Year's Day^16. The Day of Atonement^17. Post-Mosaic Festivals^18. On Purifications^19. On Vows^Appendix-Did the Lord Institute His "Supper" on the Paschal Night?^Index^Index of Scripture References p. 254^^

- Publisher (Introduction by John J. Bimson The classic work on the ministry of the first-century temple--now reset and expanded with full-color photographs, maps, and charts.

- Publisher "It has been my wish in this book to take the reader back nineteen centuries; to show him Jerusalem as it was when our Lord passed through its streets, and the Sanctuary when He taught in its porches and courts," writes Alfred Edersheim in the original preface to his classic work The Temple. Bringing together the research and insights of numerous scholars and theologians, Edersheim has made the fruits of their labor available to a wide audience of students, pastors, and lay readers. Since its first publication in 1874, The Temple has been an invaluable compendium of information that helps bridge the cultural and historical gap between the ancient world of the first century and the modern era. The original textual notes have been carefully revised and updated in this new edition that also includes a new introduction by Dr. John J. Bimson. Also complementing this volume are more than seventy-five full-color photographs and illustrations, including many specially commissioned photos from the extraordinary scale model of Herod's temple built by Mr. Alex Garrard of Norfolk, England.

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1. A First View of Jerusalem, and of the Temple^2. Within the Holy Place^3. Temple Order, Revenues, and Music^4. The Officiating Priesthood^5. Sacrifices: Their Order and Their Meaning^6. The Burnt-Offering, the Sin- and Trespass-Offering, and the Peace-Offering^7. At Night in the Temple^8. The Morning and the Evening Sacrifice^9. Sabbath in the Temple^10. Festive Cycles and Arrangement of the Calendar^11. The Passover^12. The Paschal Feast and the Lord's Supper^13. The Feast of Unleavened Bread and the Day of Pentecost^14. The Feast of Tabernacles^15. The New Moons: the Feast of the Seventh New Moon, or of Trumpets, or New Year's Day^16. The Day of Atonement^17. Post-Mosaic Festivals^18. On Purifications^19. On Vows^Appendix-Did the Lord Institute His "Supper" on the Paschal Night?^Index^Index of Scripture References p. 254^^
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(Introduction by John J. Bimson The classic work on the ministry of the first-century temple--now reset and expanded with full-color photographs, maps, and charts.
- Publisher

"It has been my wish in this book to take the reader back nineteen centuries; to show him Jerusalem as it was when our Lord passed through its streets, and the Sanctuary when He taught in its porches and courts," writes Alfred Edersheim in the original preface to his classic work The Temple. Bringing together the research and insights of numerous scholars and theologians, Edersheim has made the fruits of their labor available to a wide audience of students, pastors, and lay readers. Since its first publication in 1874, The Temple has been an invaluable compendium of information that helps bridge the cultural and historical gap between the ancient world of the first century and the modern era. The original textual notes have been carefully revised and updated in this new edition that also includes a new introduction by Dr. John J. Bimson. Also complementing this volume are more than seventy-five full-color photographs and illustrations, including many specially commissioned photos from the extraordinary scale model of Herod's temple built by Mr. Alex Garrard of Norfolk, England.
- Publisher

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Alfred Edersheim

Alfred Edersheim (1825-1889) nacio de padres judios en Viena, Austria. Despues de estudiar en las universidades de Viena, Edimbrgo y Berlin, se hizo ministro presbiteriano y trabajo como misionera en la comunidad judia de Jassy, Rumania. Otra de sus obras clasicas conocidas es "La vida y los tiempos de Jesus el Mesias". ý Alfred Edersheim (1825-1889) was born of Jewish parents in Vienna, Austria. After studying at the universities of Vienna, Edinburgh, and Berlin, he entered the Presbyterian ministry and served as a missionary to the Jewish people in Jassy, Romania. His other works include t

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  • Catalogue Code 108539
  • Product Code 0825425093
  • EAN 9780825425097
  • Pages 256
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category New Testament
  • Publisher Kregel Publications
  • Publication Date Jun 1997
  • Dimensions 235 x 159 x 23 mm
  • Weight 0.748kg

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