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In this show, Jono and Ross discuss an article from the Jerusalem Post claiming that one scholar has made “new findings” that “might shatter biblical archeology paradigm.” His argument is based upon the idea that when the Torah mentions the place where G-d will place His name, the intended location is not Jerusalem, but rather the “west bank” (words of the author). What is the source of this argument? Is it really a new finding? Check out The Chosen Place, this week on Israel on My Mind.


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