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Jerusalem: The Eternal City

by David B. Galbraith, D. Kelly Ogden (Author), Andrew C. Skinner (Author)

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Geographically, anthropologically, archaeologically, historically, politically, and above all religiously, the city of Jerusalem is a fascinating city. In Jerusalem: The Eternal City, David Galbraith, D. Kelly Ogden, and Andrew Skinner provide an overview of the city, focusing on the many different aspects of Jerusalem’s past, its present, and the potential for the future, specifically from the perspective of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the Mormons).

Jerusalem: The Eternal City, then, has a very specific audience. It is not a universal book about Jerusalem, and its limited audience does give the book some flaws. When I read this book ten years ago, prior to my own experience in Jerusalem, I was in love with everything to do with the city and its history, and this book got me more than a little excited to walk the streets of Jerusalem myself. Despite the flaws, I still enjoyed rereading Jerusalem: The Eternal City, and it reminded me of my time there.

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  rebeccareid | Jun 24, 2011 |
I was a teaching assistant for Dr. Galbraith at BYU back in 1998-1999. He has incredible knowledge of the place, people and politics of Jerusalem. He was also instrumental in setting up BYU's Jerusalem Center. ( )
  darwin.8u | Oct 11, 2007 |
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