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Monitoring Only
Cannot be credited toward a degree or certificate.

The Tabernacle and the Temple
 

    This course will help solidify the connection between the Old Covenant under Moses and the New Covenant in Christ.  It will also help expand on the groundwork established by your earlier study through the book of Hebrews. Included will be the histories of both the Tabernacle and the Temple(s) from both biblical and external sources as well as comparisons and explanations of their surroundings and contents.  Comparisons to the person and the work of Jesus Christ will be shown from the tabernacle and from both the ancient and modern Temples of God.

How to study:
Read through the textbook and look up all of the scripture references given.  Only those references that are complete with book, chapter, and verse (example- Ps 12:6-9) are required reading.  Those references giving only book and/or chapter (example- Ps ch. 21) are not required to be read; they are only given for reference.  You may read them if you so desire but they are not required reading.

Course records:
We do NOT keep any records for students who are Monitoring Only.  Therefore, if you want to keep track of your progress you may download and print out a copy of the Course Record Form on which you can record the information for this course. 

The textbook is divided into eight sections. Not more than one section should be completed each week. At the end of each section you will stop and take the Section Test that corresponds with the section you just finished studying.  All Section Tests are “open book,” which means you may use your textbook while taking the tests.

ATTENDANCE:
    Attendance for the entire course is 8 weeks.
    Attendance for each lesson/section in the course is 1 week per section.

After completing a test:
- If you failed the test then you should give one day to restudy of that entire section of the textbook and then retake the test.  Repeat this process until you finally pass the test.
- If you miss any of the questions on any test, pass or fail, then you should review the textbook section corresponding to that test and find, in the textbook or in the Bible, whichever is appropriate, the correct answers to any questions answered incorrectly.  A copy of your test was sent to you automatically and you can use that to make sure that you have found the correct answers in the textbook.  Once you have found all of the correct answers in the textbook for any missed questions on the test that you passed, then you may continue on to the next section of the textbook.

FINAL TEST
Once you have completed all sections of the textbook and passed all of the corresponding tests, and found the correct answers to any questions missed on any test, then you may Retrieve the Password and, upon receiving the Password, take the Final Test for the course.  Final Test is "open book" which means you may use your textbook while taking the test. 
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If you fail the final test then you need to restudy both the textbook and all of the section tests, finding the correct answers to all questions missed (use your copy of the tests that were sent to you to make sure you have found all of the correct answers in the textbook) and then retake the final test. Repeat this process until you pass the Final Test.
-  If you miss any questions
on the Final Test, even though you have passed the test, then you should review the textbook and all of the section tests and find the correct answers in the textbook to the questions you missed. A copy of each of your section tests was sent to you and they will have all of the correct answers on it for comparison purposes to make sure you have found the correct answers in the textbook.  This process will afford you the best opportunity to gain the most from your study of this course.

You may now go to the textbook by clicking the link below.

The Tabernacle and the Temple