The Temple: Its Ministry and Service By Alfred Edersheim
Alfred Edersheim is a Jewish Christian writer that has some tremendous works that give us insight and understanding to the Old Testament because he writes from both perspectives. In this work he explores the Temple describing and explaining the arrangement of things in the Jewish Temple. This work is arranged in short paragraphs about each item of the Temple. Edersheim’s point of view and presentation is to relate the O.T. temple to the New Testament. This is an excellent reference work every serious Bible student should have.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The Temple – Its Ministry and Service by Alfred Edersheim, D. D., Ph. D.
Chapter 1 A First View of Jerusalem, and of the Temple Chapter 2 Within the Holy Place Chapter 3 Temple Order, Revenues, and Music Chapter 4 The Officiating Priesthood Chapter 5 Sacrifices: Their Order and Their Meaning Chapter 6 The Burnt-Offering, the Sin- and Trespass-Offering, and the Peace-Offering Chapter 7 At Night in the Temple Chapter 8 The Morning and the Evening Sacrifice Chapter 9 Sabbath in the Temple Chapter 10 Festive Cycles and Arrangement of the Calendar Chapter 11 The Passover Chapter 12 The Paschal Feast and the Lord’s Supper Chapter 13 The Feast of Unleavened Bread and the Day of Pentecost Chapter 14 The Feast of Tabernacles Chapter 15 The New Moons Chapter 16 The Day of Atonement Chapter 17 Post-Mosaic Festivals Chapter 18 On Purifications Chapter 19 On Vows