A specially designed tour following the story of the Ark of the Covenant captured by the Philistines, yet later returned after inflicting a plague (I Sam. 4)
We end with a visit to Tel Beth Shemesh , were we examine the spectacular new discovery of the very place where the Ark was possibly placed after its return from the Philistines and before sent to Kiryat Yaarim (today’s Notre Dame de l’arche d’Alliance church ), and later to final stay in Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem.
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The Ark of the Covenant and Beth-Shemesh The book of Samuel mainly documents the struggles of the tribes of Israel against the Philistines, a struggle that eventually led to the kingdom by Saul and David, and the creation of Jerusalem as their capital. According to the Bible, the most sacred object of the tribes of Israel was the Ark of the Covenant, which contained the Tablets, the instructions of the God of Israel how to worship it. Given to Moses at Mount Sinai, the tablets in the ark were carried through the wilderness, and once the Israelites of conquered the