All people agree that Jerusalem was destroyed in the year 70 CE. There are multiple sources that document the destruction that occurred in 70 CE listed below:
Does this foretold event meet the seven Einstein Method Guidelines? On the left side of the web page, all items read "YES". Place your mouse over the item to view the graphic window in the upper left corner or click to learn more with a quick pop-up file.
Item No. 1: You can visit Rome and see the Arch of Titus, which was constructed by the Romans about 81 CE.
Item No. 2: You can visit Jerusalem and see the remains of ancient "Jerusalem" around the Temple Mount area.
Item No. 3: The Jewish historian named Flavius Josephus [who changed his views during the Jewish war with Rome and joined the enemy] witnessed the destruction of Jerusalem and recorded the event. Modern scholars have discovered that Josephus wrote, "the Jewish War" shortly after Jerusalem destruction with memories fresh in his mind. Scientific dating the date for Jerusalem's destruction based on Josephus words supports that this event appears to have been completed on September 2, 70 CE.
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