My last post concerned ‘kashrut’, which is one element of the holiness required of the people of God. To be ‘kadosh’ (set apart, holy, consecrated to the sole use of YHVH) is of supreme importance in our relationship with YHVH, and Al McCarn of ‘The Barking Fox” does a masterful job of showing us how YHVH has given us a pattern for holiness in His tabernacle and temple.
Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lord Ark. (“‘Iron Man 3’ Star Ty Simpkins’ Five Cool Movies” at Yahoo! Movies. © Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection.)
Raiders of the Lost Ark did not launch the film career of Harrison Ford, but it did bring him his first top billing as an actor. His role as Indiana Jones, the eccentric archaeologist with a nose for adventure, built on his previous starring role in the Star Wars film series in which he played the swashbuckling interstellar smuggler Han Solo. A major difference between the two roles, however, is that Solo’s universe existed entirely in the mind of the Star Wars creator George Lucas, while the adventures of Indiana Jones had some basis in historical fact. Raiders of the Lost Ark, for example, followed Jones in his quest to find the Ark of the Covenant, the physical symbol of…
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