One of the Old Testament’s most enigmatic prophecies is Ezekiel’s vision of a new, restored temple in Jerusalem. Some dismiss the notion of a rebuilt temple as irrelevant to both the Christian faith and modern society.
But what if Ezekiel’s prophetic vision is true and will come to pass? What would a restored temple look like? How would it operate? When would it be built? How would the temple relate to the return of the Messiah?
Based on extensive research and discussions with leading rabbis in both the United States and Israel, the authors provide a complete and accurate picture of Israel’s future house of worship.
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John W. Schmitt is executive director of Future Hope Ministries, a ministry dedicated to helping people explore the future and how it relates to them. He is an internationally recognized authority on the biblical temple. A frequent traveler to Israel, John has friendships within Israel’s planners for the future temple. He has appeared on many television and radio shows and is a conference speaker throughout the United States, Europe, and Israel, where his lectures have helped the Bible come alive.
J. Carl Laney (ThM, Western Seminary; PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of biblical literature and coordinator for Israel study programs at Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. He has traveled widely throughout the Middle East and is the author of numerous scholarly and popular works, including commentaries on several Old Testament books.