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REBUILDING THE TEMPLE AT JERUSALEM
Feb. 25, 2022
Author:
Sandy Miller
Category:
Non-fiction: Religion/Spirituality
Description:
I reached the conclusion after preparing lectures for Rebuilding the Temple at Jerusalem that Israel is a vibrant country today, at least in part because of the ancient Persian Empire’s involvement in the restoration of the country.

For more than one hundred years after Cyrus the Great decreed the Jews could return from exile in Babylon to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple, various Persian kings had to take responsibility for the details of rebuilding efforts, or the Jews would not have been successful. Unfriendly exiles who had made a home for themselves among the ruins of Judah—after Nebuchadnezzar destroyed the temple—did not welcome returning Jews hoping to reclaim their land. They opposed rebuilding efforts at every stage of reconstruction. Only with the help of various kings of the Persian Empire were they able to complete the restoration.

In the modern world of huge political and religious divides, it is difficult to lay aside the issues that separate us and concentrate on the similarities that unite us. A look back in history reminds us that we have cooperated in the past and that cooperation in the future is essential if the world is to survive.

I know you will enjoy this fascinating story of ancient Iranian kings who made a difference in the lives of displaced people from a ruined land. I believe you will enjoy it because I loved discovering these historical events, which occurred so long ago.
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About the Author

Miller, Sandy: Teacher 2016 – 2021, Bible as Cultural History, Florida Gulf Coast Academy, Naples, Florida.

Miller, Sandy, Author: Rebuilding Jerusalem, Published by iUniverse, Bloomington, IN: 2014

Miller, Sandy, Author: Understanding the Book of Revelation as Cultural Literature, Published
by iUniverse, Bloomington, IN; 2013.

Miller, Sandy: Teacher 2003 - 2016, Bible as Cultural Literature; Center for Lifelong Learning, University of West Florida campus, Ft. Walton, Fl.

Miller, Sandy, 2000, Assoc. Ed., "How to Solve Everyday Problems," Readers Digest Publications, Pleasantville, NY, Keeping, Graeme, Principle Editor

Miller, Sandy, 1994-1999, Many poems published by Watermark Press, Owings Mills, MD

Miller, Sandy, 1981, Study of Corporate Downsizing for Mountain Bell, Denver, CO

Miller, Esther (Sandy): 1977 - Colorado University, Boulder, CO, Special Education

Miller, Esther (Sandy): 1976 - Colorado University, Boulder, CO; Education,

Miller, Esther (Sandy):1975: graduated Colorado University, Denver, Colorado, Degree: Psychology

Miller, Sandy, Published 1965 "Where is God for the Retarded," The Church Herald, Grand Rapids,MI
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