Rich McQuillen
re: Temple of Jerusalem
Sat Jul 22, 2017 20:06
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"But who designed the Jerusalem Temple in your scheme? Frank Lloyd Wright? Sorry--couldn't resist."
-- I love the reference. :)

The temple of Solomon hasn't been found yet...
http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-sites-places/temple-at-jerusalem/searching-for-the-temple-of-king-solomon/

But similar-style temples like Ain Dara Temple have been found in Northern Syria.
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The copper mines of King Solomon, have recently been claimed to have been found.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/king-solomon-mines-bible-timna-dung/
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In my scheme, or timeline, I have Solomon as a contemporary of Siamun in Egypt(975BC).

  • re: MosesMarianne Luban, Sat Jul 22 09:55
    Rich wrote: "I don't subscribe to standard Biblical Chronology, with the cut off point of before David. All of those Patriarchs from Methuselah to Moses living such long lives, it doesn't make sense... more
    • re: Temple of Jerusalem — Rich McQuillen, Sat Jul 22 20:06
      • re: Temple of JerusalemRobert Killian, Mon Jul 24 04:14
        Hi Rich, http://www.crystalinks.com/dynasty21.html has: Siamun:986 to 967. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twenty-first_Dynasty_of_Egypt has: Siamun: 986 to 967. Mattis Kantor, in "THE JEWISH TIME-LINE ... more
      • re: Temple of JerusalemMarianne Luban, Sun Jul 23 09:22
        Rich: "In my scheme, or timeline, I have Solomon as a contemporary of Siamun in Egypt(975BC)." That's pretty standard but, previously you wrote: "Moses 140 years later in 1159BC(Ramses 4)". How do... more
        • re: Judges 11:26Rich McQuillen, Wed Aug 2 22:28
          "In fact, in Judges 11:26 it states that Israel had been in Canaan for 300 years already" -- The chronology in that passage is in dispute. Note: I don't have an opinion on this dispute at this time.... more
          • re: Judges 11:26Marianne Luban, Thu Aug 3 10:31
            I wrote: "In fact, in Judges 11:26 it states that Israel had been in Canaan for 300 years already" Rich: -- The chronology in that passage is in dispute." and "Three hundred years.--There is an... more
          • re: Judges 11:26Robert Killian, Thu Aug 3 03:30
            Hi Rich, You quote:---"In fact, in Judges 11:26 it states that Israel had been in Canaan for 300 years already". Yes!---If Exodus was in 2448AM, as Mattis Kantor 'places' that event in "Codex... more
          • re: Judges 11:26Rich McQuillen, Thu Aug 3 01:23
            "New International Version For three hundred years Israel occupied Heshbon, Aroer, the surrounding settlements and all the towns along the Arnon. Why didn't you retake them during that time?" -- I'm... more
            • re: Judges 11:26Robert Killian, Fri Aug 4 05:27
              Hi Rich, Just as a point of information: "The man, Israel", (Jacob), does indeed,--- 'predate',--- Moses and Exodus,--- by 210 years! If the beginning of "Israel's count", (that is Jacob), at 130yrs, ... more
              • re: Judges 11:26Robert Killian, Sat Aug 5 00:27
                That's another 'editing' ERROR when I typed "Abram's 790th year 'Call', to go on his second trip..." It should be "Abram's 70th year 'Call' to go...".etc Bookof Jasher: 1st 'Call' and trip to Canaan... more
      • re:Temple of JerusalemRobert Killian, Sun Jul 23 00:48
        Hi Rich, Perhaps: a sequence like this? David 1008 to 968 Siamun ac.986 to 967 Solomon: ac.968 to 928 Psusennes II ac.967 to 943 Rehoboam: ac.928 to 911 Jeroboam: ac.928 to 907 Shoshenq I: ac.943 to... more
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