The tabernacle of the Old Testament was a shadow of what was to come, a building that foreshadowed the Christ who was to come and "tablernacle" among us. Because the tabernacle was fulfilled in Christ, many Christians have come to the conclusion that there is nothing more we need to learn from it. R.C. Sproul, writing for this month's issue of Tabletalk magazine, disagrees. "The question is raised: Are there transferable principles found in the construction of the tabernacle that may be useful for the construction of houses of worship in the New Testament? I believe there are."
Learn what Dr. Sproul suggests we ought to learn from the tabernacle by reading Building with Conviction.