The City of David at the Intersection of Faith, History, and Geopolitics | Ze’ev Orenstein (Originally posted on May 2, 2020)
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For Easter Weekend, we're revisiting a classic episode from May 2020. Ze'ev Orenstein took listeners into the historic site of Biblical Jerusalem, the City of David, to discover the cultural, political, and spiritual connections this once lost city has with our world today. How was the City of David lost and then rediscovered? What major discoveries have archaeologists recently made that link back to the times of Jesus and King David? What are the important geopolitical implications for this site which is at the heart of a city under constant threat from Palestinian terrorism? Ze’ev Orenstein is the Director of International Affairs at the City of David Foundation. Learn more at and follow Ze'ev on Twitter at @ZeevOrenstein.
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