Square - skwâr (noun):
- An instrument having at least one right angle and two straight edges used especially to lay out or test right angles (http://www.merriam-webster.com/).
- A T-shaped or L-shaped instrument for drawing or testing right angles (http://www.thefreedictionary.com/).
The word "square" is not limited to geometric shapes or instruments used to draw 90 degree angles. Ever since the 1960's, the word "square" has also referred to a person's state of mind:
- A person who is regarded as dull, rigidly conventional, and out of touch with current trends. (http://www.thefreedictionary.com/)
- A person who is ignorant of or uninterested in current fads, ideas, manners, tastes, etc.; an old-fashioned, conventional, or conservative person. (http://dictionary.reference.com/)
- Somewhat old-fashioned, informal + disapproving : someone who does not like or try unusual things that other people consider exciting, interesting, etc. (http://www.learnersdictionary.com/)
All jesting aside, now that the designs traditional rectangular Exodus Tabernacle have been examined under the light of Biblical texts and basic Engineering and Construction practices, it seems only logical to explore other arrangements. However, to do so requires a measure of intellectual honesty and an open mind - and perhaps a cool drawing explaining how the round "Betzalel" Tabernacle can be constructed and deduced from the Exodus texts. To that end, a "sneak peek" of the Betzalel concept is included below, along with a link to order engineering drawings, complete with a thorough Exodus exegesis. Seeing the complete "Exodus engineering exegesis" first hand is a "must" for any serious Bible student, Pastor, Rabbi, historian, or even pedestrian who is interested in ancient arcitecture and "outside the box" imagery. With this drawing, you'll have the foundation for understanding many other deep-seated truths, be they physical or metaphysical!