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John G. Alber

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Date of Creation

1930

Material Type

Article

Subjects

Restoration movement (Christianity), Restoration movement (Christianity)--Charts, diagrams, etc., Teaching.

Global History Chapter

10. The Emergence of Christian Churches/Churches of Christ

Contributor

Helsabeck Archives of the Stone-Campbell Movement, Submitted by: John Mark Wade

Creative Commons License

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

Source

John G. Alber's scale model of Solomon's Temple

Description

John G. Alber created the temple model in the 1930's to use as a teaching tool in the church and other organizations. His emphasis was to demonstrate the typological significance of Solomon's Temple for the church. Alber wrote a 68 page booklet that went through 5 editions. The final edition of the booklet was entitled: The Golden Temple of King Solomon and the Christian Institution. The model was donated to the Helsabeck Archives of the Stone-Campbell Movement by Dr. Raymond L. Alber, John's son. Ray Alber was the Provost starting in 1967 and later the first Director of Development for Emmanuel School of Religion.

Teaching Helps

Metadata description by Chance Juliano

Keywords

John G. Alber, Alber, John Alber, Solomon's Temple, Solomon's Temple model, teaching aid

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