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The Holy Temple in Jerusalem - From Destruction to Rebuilding


You are invited to a special presentation on the past, present and future of The Holy Temple in Jerusalem - From Destruction to Rebuilding.


Rabbi Chaim Richman, International Director, The Temple Institute of Jerusalem, who will be speaking on The Dedication of the Third Temple: Insights and Progress Towards the Rebuilding of the Holy Temple in our Time: Its Meaning for All Mankind.

Archaeologist Hillel Richman, Senior Researcher and Past Supervisor, Ancient Jerusalem Sifting Project and Temple Mount Sifting Project, who will be speaking on The True Location of the Temple Mount: A presentation refuting the various theories claiming that the Temple Mount was in any other place other than Mount Moriah, with an emphasis on the 'City of David' theory.

Monday November 5, 6:30 PM

Jerusalem of Gold
5616 McWhinney Blvd, Outlet Mall, Loveland, CO 80538

Wed. November 7, 7:00 PM

Embassy Suites Northwest Arkansas - Hotel, Spa & Convention Center
Pinnacle Meeting Room
3303 Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers, Arkansas, 72758
Inquiries: 479-306-4459

Sunday, November 11, 1:00 PM

South Plains Hebraic Center
809 Inler Avenue
Lubbock, Texas

Mrs. Rena Richman will also be speaking at the Lubbock event.

Please join us!

Click here to download and print the information.



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