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IMAX Flyover View of Jerusalem

Wed Oct 26, 2011 1:39 pm +0000

Hi All,
Hope you will enjoy this video of Jerusalem. It is pretty impressive.
Jerusalem is still - centuries after Jesus - the hub of religious activity in the Middle East, and maybe the world...

Re: IMAX Flyover View of Jerusalem

Wed Nov 09, 2011 8:39 pm +0000

Reaaly impressive.

Thank you for sharing.

Re: IMAX Flyover View of Jerusalem

Tue Feb 14, 2012 2:17 pm +0000

i watched it, jesus chose to bestow himself in this barren land among the most anger, crazy mortals of his generation. he could pull this off as a creator son. he didn't live in luxury in rome or where his message wouldn't be understood like the depths of africa, but he didn't pick an easy spot either like europe somewhere more pleasant. 93:2.4 Within a few years Melchizedek had gathered around himself a group of pupils, disciples, and believers who formed the nucleus of the later community of Salem. He was soon known throughout Palestine as the priest of El Elyon, the Most High, and as the sage of Salem. Among some of the surrounding tribes he was often referred to as the sheik, or king, of Salem. Salem was the site which after the disappearance of Melchizedek became the city of Jebus, subsequently being called Jerusalem.

michael knew this long in advance of course, where he would live and the pattern was set-up through melchizedek. 92:5.14 6. The sixth century after Christ. Mohammed founded a religion which was superior to many of the creeds of his time. His was a protest against the social demands of the faiths of foreigners and against the incoherence of the religious life of his own people.

what are these social demands exactly? drinking and letting women dress in shorts?

[quote="maryjo606"]Hi All,
Hope you will enjoy this video of Jerusalem. It is pretty impressive.
Jerusalem is still - centuries after Jesus - the hub of religious activity in the Middle East, and maybe the world...
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