Join Five Million People and “Go Now to Jerusalem”

The powerful message Jerusalem archaeology holds for us today
THE HILL OF THE CITY OF DAVID (ANCIENT JERUSALEM) FROM THE MOUNT OF OLIVES.
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Jerusalem is the fastest-growing tourist city in the world, declared the Globes website on Sunday. Expected to garner almost 5 million foreign visitors in 2019, many tourists are coming to experience the city’s ancient sites, made increasingly popular by modern archaeological discoveries.

However, the flight of so many visitors to Jerusalem is not without controversy. From changes to transportation infrastructure to the narrative presented at the historic sites, disagreements between the Jews themselves, or the Arabs and Jews, are rife.

On today’s program, Brent Nagtegaal discusses how such superficial arguments gloss over the dramatic archaeological discoveries themselves, as well as the important message they hold for us today.

Show Notes

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