The Practical Significance of Christ´s Sacrifice and Priesthood
What did Jesus accomplish for you by dying on the cross? What is He doing for you now? How can you receive His salvation by grace through faith within the context of the great controversy between Christ and Satan? What is the purpose of God’s judgment? What difference does all this make for your life? Could anything be more important than the answers to these questions? With them you can enjoy closer interaction with God, have assurance that you are at peace with Him, and fully experience the joy of transformation that He offers. This book shows that the Bible reveals the answers in the context of the drama of the ages: the story of Christ’s sacrifi ce and His priestly ministry in the heavenly sanctuary, as illustrated and explained by activities at the ancient Israelite sanctuary on earth.
“Roy Gane’s scholarly but reader-friendly examination of the sanctuary system and its relevance to life in the third millennium has made a verysignificant contribution to my own study and understanding of the sanctuary.
I have quoted this research from the pulpit because of his ability to connect this generation with fresh meaning from ancient truth, and I believe you, too, will be blessed.”
Dwight K. Nelson, Lead Pastor, Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University “The Sanctuary and Salvation is an AWESOME book!
Roy Gane has done a fantastic job of relating the book to a neat story line in real life, and has dealt with very complex issues in a clear and simple format.”—Richard M. Davidson, J. N. Andrews Professor of Old Testament Interpretation, Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Andrews University Roy Gane, PhD., is Professor of Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near Eastern Languages in the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University. Dr. Gane has published several books, including Leviticus, Numbers (NIV Application Commentary); Ritual Dynamic Structure; Cult and Character: Purifi cation Offerings, Day of Atonement, and Theodicy; Who’s Afraid of the Judgment? The Good News About Christ’s Work in the Heavenly Sanctuary; In the Shadow of the Shekinah: God’s Journey with Us; and Old Testament Law for Christians: Original Context and Enduring Application.
Weitere Stichwörter: Heiligtum, Versöhnungstag, Untersuchungsgericht, 1844, Opferdienst.
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