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Shiloh – just as you read it… In the Biblical heartland – Part 2

“Stories literally came to life. To think we actually walked on the spot that Joshua spoke to the leaders of the tribes, where Hannah prayed for her son Samuel and the prophet’s selfless walk.” Irene Fernandez Shiloh is best described in location as in the Biblical heartland. Best described by one who lives there, David [...]

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Shiloh – just as you read it… In the Biblical heartland – Part 1

“It then dawned within my senses… My adventure had begun! It was a dream come true and nothing would stop it.” Irene Fernandez Shiloh is so full of history – the kind I have poured hours over – reading and mail-exchange with David Rubin, today former mayor of Shiloh and author of, God, Israel and [...]

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