God Dwells Among Us: Expanding Eden to the Ends of the Earth
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The writers and chief actors of the Old Testament expressed a deep longing for the presence of God. This longing is symbolised through history in the Garden of Eden, the Ark of the Covenant and the tabernacle that housed it, the temple, and the ruins of the temple.
The temple has always been a source of rich scholarship and theological reflection - but what does it mean for the church's ongoing mission in the world? Beale and Kim build a bridge from the world of biblical theology to our modern-day life. They help us to see clearly that the themes of Eden, the temple, God's glorious presence, new creation, and the mission of the church are ultimately facets of the same reality.
"... a valuable aid to preaching and an excellent antidote to the feeling of loneliness that afflicts many today. I recommend it highly."
- John Frame, Reformed Theological Seminary
"This clear and compelling study is a real feast."
- Michael Horton, Westminster Seminary, California
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