Products>Immanuel in Our Place: Seeing Christ in Israel’s Worship

Immanuel in Our Place: Seeing Christ in Israel’s Worship

Format: Digital
Publisher:
, 2001
ISBN: 0875526519
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Overview

This book provides fascinating insights into the Old Testament tabernacle and temple, the priesthood, the sacrifices, and festivals. More than that, it shows how Jesus is the fulfillment of Old Testament sacred space, sacred acts, sacred persons, and sacred time. An aid to pastors, teachers, and laymen in teaching and reading the Old Testament, this work will enrich our understanding of Christ and deepen our worship.

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  • Provides insights into Old Testament conceptions of worship
  • Demonstrates how Jesus is the fulfillment of Old Testament sacredness
  • Presents an aid to pastors, teachers, and laymen in teaching and reading the Old Testament
Old Testament conceptions of worship must be understood in light of how the death and resurrection of Christ bring these conceptions to a heightened sense of clarity and fulfillment. Longman creatively and clearly brings together the Old Testament data within such a biblical theological grid. His insights will be of immediate relevance for Christians concerned about the nature of worship not only in the Old Testament but also today.

Peter Enns, professor of Old Testament, Eastern University

Christians struggle in understanding the relevance of large parts of the Old Testament. This is particularly true of matters concerning the worship of ancient Israel. In this beautifully conceived work, Longman has illuminated the priestly material of the Old Testament in a way that makes it theologically relevant for today. I heartily recommend this work.

Bruce K. Waltke, professor of Old Testament, Knox theological Seminary

Tremper Longman III is Robert H. Gundry Professor of Biblical Studies at Westmont College. He has written widely on biblical interpretation, including An Introduction to the Old Testament (with Raymond B. Dillard) and many others.