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What We Can Learn from Holy Sepulchre Renovations

The Edicule is an 18th century shrine inside of Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The Edicule encloses the empty tomb where Jesus is believed to have been buried and resurrected. After years of decay, renovations were completed in March 2017. Dr. Marcie Lenk, Director of Christian Leadership Programs at the Shalom Hartman Institute, and Bishop Peter Eaton of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida, and a Fellow of the Hartman Institute`s Christian Leadership Initiative, discuss the meaning and significance of the Edicule’s restoration for Christians, Jews and Israel
Dr. Marcie Lenk is  the former Director of the Shalom Hartman Institute’s Christian Leadership Programs.

Marcie Lenk

Bishop Peter Eaton

What We Can Learn from the Renovations inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Jerusalem, Israel

March 2017

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