Jerusalem Temple Mount Myth

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Massive Challenge to Standard Geography of Jerusalem – Temple

Part Three: Jerusalem Temple Mount Myth

“Shouldn’t Christians be concerned that there are over 10,000 Herodian stones in the alleged temple mount, when Christ prophesied that of the temple “buildings” which could be seen from the Mount of Olives, not one stone would be standing upon another?”

 Marilyn Sams

This book really needed to be written.

I (Damien Mackey) am referring to Marilyn Sams’ The Jerusalem Temple Mount Myth (2018).

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As is apparent from the following brief Amazon statement, The Jerusalem Temple Mount Myth follows on from the research of Dr. Ernest L. Martin on the very same subject:

https://www.amazon.com.au/Jerusalem-Temple-Mount-Myth-ebook/dp/B00TECQK18

This volume adds new sources and insights to the work of Ernest L. Martin and contains over 375 descriptions of Jerusalem’s southeastern hill (Mount Zion), the temple mount in the City of David, and the tower of Antonia (today called…

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  1. Very interesting, however I would like to call attention to the fact the Bible, its a Religious book, of great value, for people of faith, but not an historical document, as we understand History today, the narration of what actually happened in the past, using a non ideological approach, and from a neutral perspective, without bias.
    Quoting Mr. Israel Finkelstein:
    “Yet all agree that the Pentateuch is not a single, seamless composition but a patchwork of different sources, each written under different historical circumstances to express different religious or political viewpoints.”
    Or:
    “biblical history did not take place in either the particular era or the manner described. Some of the most famous events in the Bible clearly never happened at all.”

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