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VIDEO: Mystery of the Temple

VIDEO: Mystery of the Temple

Were the Jewish temples located on what we know today as the Temple Mount or were they actually in the City of David?

Christine Darg has long held a fascination with the Gihon Spring and discusses a popular theory of Biblical archeologist Robert Cornuke, author of “Temple!” and perpetuated originally by the late Dr. Earnest L. Martin.

In this program, Christine asks:

Do you like a mystery?  Today, I want to explore with you the fascinating City of David in Jerusalem where archeology is bringing the Bible to life, and we’ll also take a look at a provocative theory that speculates that the ancient Jewish temples were actually located in the City of David and not on the world’s most controversial parcel of real estate known to us today as the Temple Mount.

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