Evidence in Jerusalem

The most holy site today for Judaism is the ‘Wailing Wall’. It is called this as Jews throughout the centuries have come here to mourn that this alone remains of the Great Temple structure. It is also called the ‘Western Wall’ since it comprises the...

Not far from Gallicantu are the cemeteries of Mount Zion.  The Protestant and Roman Catholic grave areas are a treasure trove for historians: Flinders Petrie (1853 – 1942) is buried here. Petrie was an English Egyptologist and a pioneer in archaeology and the preservation of artifacts....

A ‘must-see’ in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem’s old city is the Broad Wall.  Its remains were first uncovered in 1970 by Nahman Avigad. It is roughly 23 feet thick and still stands about 10 feet high. Artifacts have been found bearing out that this wall...

Founded in 1987 by Rabbi Israel Ariel, the institute is located in the Jewish Quarter of Jerusalem’s old city. Their stated goal is to prepare and work toward the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple on the Temple Mount.   The following excerpt is taken from their website:  www.templeinstitute.org/about.htm “The...

At the same time that Hezekiah was digging his tunnel (@ 701BC), he also needed a place to capture the diverted water. His engineers cut a pool out of the rock within the Jerusalem city walls (see II Kings 20: 20). This is referred to...