Alfred Edersheim (a former rabbi) writes about the Temple – Its Ministry and Service. In these 19 chapters he examples the place of the Temple, the Holy Place, the Music, Priesthood, Offerings, activities in the Temple at night and day and on the Sabbath. He also investigates the festive cycles and calendar associated with the Temple, such as the Passover, the feasts, the Lord’s Supper, new Moons, Day of Atonement, etc. as well as purifications and vows.
Tabernacle Treasures is a brief study by Cole on the Tabernacle, basically three chapters on the Court, the Holy place, and the Holy of Holies. I do not know the affiliation of Cole, but believe he was Brethren.
Stuart Thoughts on Sacrifices
Horatius Bonar’s work the Rent Veil is about the thick veil in the temple in Jerusalem between the holy of holies and where the people came to present sacrifices. On the moment of Christ’s death, it was rent in two. This represents the division between God and man because of sin. Christ fixed it with his death on the cross.
Alfred Edersheim was a Christian of Jewish descendent. His work reflects a profound understanding of Jewish culture. This particular work deals with the inner workings of the Temple, both the physical structure, its ministers and ministry (service). An excellent resource book for any student of Scripture.
Austin-Sparks The Controversy of Zion is a short two chapter work on Israel becoming a nation in and of itself like it was in the Old Testament.
This is a 4 chapter work by Davison (Brethren) on the offerings, specifically the Burnt offering, the Meal offering, the Sin offering, and the Peace offering. I have added two additional chapters to this work.–David Cox