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Did Jewish temple actually sit on 'Temple Mount'?

Posted By -NO AUTHOR- On 03/20/2013 @ 8:45 pm In Faith,Front Page,Politics,U.S.,World | No Comments

There is no more highly anticipated event in the history of mankind than the return of Christ to the earth; all the maladies that beset the human race will disappear. Over the centuries there have been numerous signs that have pointed the world toward the magnificent and concluding event.

But there is a last sign, and the implications are monumental to every human being on the face of the planet. “Jerusalem and the Lost Temple of the Jews” is about that last sign.

From Ken Klein, the author of the best-selling book “America Globalism and the False Prophet,” comes the new documentary film “Jerusalem and the Lost Temple of the Jews.” Klein shows Jerusalem was actually a modern Roman city in the first century and how the discovery of Hezekiah’s tunnel changed everything. Hear the five survivors from the Masada massacre tell their incredible story.

The premise of this breakthrough film is that the prophesied and venerated Jewish temple does not belong, as all the world believes, on the “Temple Mount.” For centuries the Jews have prayed at the “wailing wall” believing religious tradition, which places their temple where the Muslim Dome of the Rock defiantly sits. Is this really the actual site for their temple? Could the Jews be mistaken? Is their confusion concerning the site of their temple preventing the return of Christ?

Defying religious tradition, and as incredulous as it seems, “Jerusalem and the Lost Temple of the Jews” brings new and conclusive proof and undeniable evidence as to the proper and historical location of all the temples and why Christians, Jews, Muslims and historians all have it wrong.

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