The Coming Last Day's Temple
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At first glance, it may seem that the answer is no. The Muslim Dome of the Rock currently sits on the site where Israel's Temple was destroyed by Rome in A.D. 70, and the incredibly tense Israeli-Arab conflict makes it seem unlikely that we can expect a rebuilt Temple anytime soon. However, a careful look at what's happening behind the scenes in Jerusalem reveals substantial evidence that a new Temple may be very close at hand. And if that's true, we can know with certainty that the second coming of Christ is drawing near. That's because the Temple has a major role in all that happens during the end times.
Rebuilding the temple? Surveying the plans, furnishings, priesthood, and research to replicate ancient Temple functions, Randy gives readers an up-close glimpse into preparations for prophecy fulfillment. Includes interviews with key officials.
Randall Price (ThM, Dallas Theological Seminary; PhD, Univeristy of Texas at Austin) is Distinguished professor of Judaic Studies and Executive Director of the Center for Judaic Studies at Liberty University. He has also done graduate study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has conducted archaeological excavation in Israel. He has served as a pastor and college professor and is the author of numerous books and commentaries on the Bible.