In Christ and the Desert Tabernacle J. V. Fesko demonstrates how—far from being boring or uninteresting—the Old Testament Tabernacle and later the temple in Solomon’s day—are a shadowy picture of Christ and the church. Fesko draws connections between Jesus and the sacrificial animals, as Jesus is identified as the one and only true sacrifice who takes away our sins (Heb. 8–10; 1 John 2:2). Fesko goes on to display how the Old Testament Tabernacle is an entire world of references, allusions, foreshadowing Christ and the church.
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J. V. Fesko is academic dean and associate professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary, California. He earned his Masters in theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a PhD in theology from the University of Aberdeen. He helped plant the Geneva Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Woodstock, Georgia and served as pastor from 2004 to 2009.