Have archaeologists found a second temple outside of Jerusalem? Flash90

A Second Temple Outside Jerusalem?

For Bible-believers, a series of worrying questions surround new archaeological find

A huge temple complex is said to have been in operation just outside Jerusalem between 900 to 500 BC. Located in Tel Motza, the complex is about two-thirds the size of the Temple that stood in Jerusalem. And its proximity to the Holy City, just seven kilometers (4.35 miles) from the Temple of Solomon, is significant. Archaeologists working at the site believe it to be a local branch of the main Temple, a position supported by the fact that it’s layout and architecture are very similar to the shrine that sat atop Mount Moriah. But the archaeologists’ assertion runs contrary…