Back to the Future: The Tabernacle in the Book of Exodus

Interpretation: A Journal of Bible and Theology 50 (3):264-276 (1996)
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Abstract

It is not the details in the account of the tabernacle that make up its significance but the underlying notion that God elects to be present with God's people. In both the ritual of liturgy and the commonality of daily life, God's presence is an act of grace, made in sovereign freedom

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