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El Monte del Templo en Jerusalén es uno de los lugares más asombrosos en el mundo. Este fue el sitio del gran Templo de Salomón, una “casa de oración para todos los pueblos”- el centro de adoración y celebración.
El Templo es importante, tanto como una obra maestra histórica y arquitectónica, como un símbolo espiritual del deseo de Dios de habitar en su pueblo.
Este libro viene con láminas transparentes, más de 100 imágenes, graficas, diagramas, fotos e ilustraciones, muchas de las cuales nunca han sido publicadas. Abarca el lapso de tiempo desde Abraham hasta nuestros días.
The Temple Mount in Jerusalem is one of the most breathtaking places in the world. This was the site of Solomon's great Temple, a "house of prayer for all people" - the center of worship and celebration.
The Temple is important, both as a historical and architectural masterpiece, and as a spiritual symbol of God's desire to dwell with his people.
Now you can see what the Temple looked like more than 3000 years ago. This full-color book gives a complete easy-to-understand overview of the history of the Temple in Jerusalem. People who enjoy Bible study will love the fact that it answers many questions about how the Temple looked during biblical times. Bible scholars and professors will enjoy the well-annotated text. The author is archaeologist and professor Dr. Randall Price. He has spent more than 30 years exploring the Holy Land studying the Temple.
This book comes with a clear overlay, more than 100 images, charts, diagrams, photos, and illustrations, many of which have never published before. It covers the span of time from Abraham to modern day.