Bible teaching with an emphasis on Israel, prophecy and the Jewish roots of Christianity
Series: “The House of David II”
This series of programs begins with David’s career as a temple builder, covering the acquiring of the temple site in Jerusalem through the planning of the House of God and its worship. The programs continue with the divided kingdom and Jerusalem today, still the capital of Israel as King David declared it. Focusing on modern Israel, the entire House of David senes concludes with interviews with Israelis and Palestinians about the peace process and predictions concerning the next temple of God.
The basis for temple worship was established in the Tabernacle. Tom McCall interviews Dick Ludig who gives a walk-through presentation at the full-size reproduction of the Tabernacle located at The Great Passion Play, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Israel splits into two kingdoms after Solomon's reign. Danny Bahat talks about Herod's Temple and its destruction by the Romans in A.D. 70. Zola interviews former Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir regarding Israel's present leadership.
Three thousand years after David made Jerusalem the capital, the city remains a focal point for all nations. Zola addresses the image of Israel as affected by the press through interviews with The Jerusalem Post chief editor David Bar-Illan and Likud party leader Benjamin Netanyahu.
Zola interviews Israelis and Palestinians who voice their opinions on the peace efforts. A visit to Assaf Harofeh Medical Center gives proof to the good work Israel is accomplishing, even in difficult times.
Gershon Salomon, the leader of the Temple Mount Faithful, gives his views on the status of the third temple. Rueven Prager demonstrates his collection of handmade biblical garments that are to be worn at future temple worship.