Salt Lake City, UT – Some 10 centuries before the birth of Jesus, King Solomon is said to have built his temple in Jerusalem. It was a place of holy reverence - of communion between God and man - that has remained fixed in the imagination of Judaism, Christianity and Islam throughout history. Even today, 2,000 years after its final destruction, the temple remains central in religious worship and political discourse throughout the world. William Hamblin and David Seely join Doug to talk about their book, which traces the myths and the history of Solomon's Temple.
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