Item description for Offerings, Sacrifices and Worship in the Old Testament by John Henry Kurtz...
Offerings, Sacrifices and Worship in the Old Testament is a comprehensive study of the sacrificial offerings and worship prescribed by God in the Old Testament. The author, from an evangelical perspective, analyzes the exacting details of the various Old Testament sacrifices.
Topics that are covered include: • The ritual of the sacrifices; • The bloodless sacrifices; • Daily, weekly, and monthly sacrifices; • Varieties of bleeding sacrifices; • Sacrifices and special seasons; • The feast of Passover, Pentecost, the Day of Atonement and others.
Christians cannot completely understand the full meaning and full significance of Jesus' death until they understand what God required of his people in the Old Testament. • Learn how offerings and sacrifices differed from each other • Discover the true purpose of the Passover and the Day of Atonement • Comprehend the role of the priest in the sacrificial offerings and worship of God • Understand why God required the bloody killing of sacrificial animals • Recognize how atonement relates to the reader.
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Studio: Hendrickson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.82" Width: 5.71" Height: 1.51" Weight: 1.41 lbs.
Release Date Oct 31, 1998
Publisher HENDRICKSON PUBLISHER #40
ISBN 1565633954 ISBN13 9781565633957
Reviews - What do customers think about Offerings, Sacrifices and Worship in the Old Testament?
A very theory based book, with very little absolute Truths Dec 18, 2004
For Starters, on page 24, his process of theory has many falts. He leaves his process wide open to be applied to many other scriptures, especially to homosexuality. I recommend looking for authorities who have solid exegesis/doctorine as the bible test us to have. In page 27 this author takes way the divinely given scriptures by attesting that certain passages were given because moses wanted it, not GOD. I seriously question if the man actually knew or in fact believed in Jesus Christ.
An Excellent Reference! Aug 2, 2002
This is an outstanding reference for your personal library. Originally published in 1863, this volume is theologically technical and rich. Kurtz thoroughly analyzes the Old Testament system of sacrificial worship and includes detailed evaluations of the views of other contemporaneous German theologians, i.e., Keil, Delitzsch, Hofmann, Bähr, Keilforth, et al.