SERIES: The History of the Esrtwhile

“Complete Destruction of Jerusalem and its Temple Foretold”

In 33 CE Jesus Christ foretold decades in advance that Jerusalem would be surrounded by a fortification of stakes and would be completely destroyed along with its magnificent temple. His prophecy is recorded at Luke 19:43 – 44: “Because the days will come upon you when your enemies will build […]

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“Jerusalem’s Temples: The Archaeological Evidence”

This History of the Erstwhile article draws excerpts from the Watch Jerusalem article: Tribute The Bible relates that Hezekiah was a righteous king over Judah at the end of the eighth century b.c.e. He was famous for his religious reforms—destroying pagan places of worship and refurnishing the temple in Jerusalem. […]

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“Biblical Name Unearthed”

Many artifacts of the ancient past are often destroyed by fires, earthquakes, and floods. Furthermore, archeologists must dig down through layers of earth to find artifacts. In so doing they cannot help but destroy a number of them. In view of the forgoing, it is amazing that artifacts from antiquity […]

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Alexander the Great

“Alexander the Great”

Alexander of Macedon came to be known as Alexander the Great, the first one in history to be given the title “the Great.” Indeed, he is one of the greatest and most famous commanders in all military history. Alexander came to the throne as king of Macedon at the tender […]

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