The Temple Mount is the most important archaeological site in Israel and the most disputed piece of land on earth. Now, new archaeological finds near the Temple Mount in Jerusalem are offering a look into the actual places Jesus visited and what it was like to worship in the holy Temple described in the Bible.
Discover God’s covenant connection to the Temple Mount and learn its historic significance—from Abraham to the modern day.
- What experts believe is the only artifact ever uncovered that was in the Holy of Holies in the Temple
- Why Herod—who was not Jewish—dedicated such tremendous engineering and detail to the Temple rebuild, a sight unrivaled in the ancient world
- What an altar dating back to the time of Abraham reveals about his tithe and offering to Melchizedek, the king of Salem
- The remarkable excavation experts are calling the “Times Square” of ancient Jerusalem