According to Jimmy DeYoung and Mart De Haan, what was significant about the skyline of Jerusalem?

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      Rachel
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      You can see all of the different synagogues, churches, and mosques.

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      Frank
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      The skyline and the rooftops which were was Old city of Jerusalem signified the faith because the place was flooded with religious buildings such synagogues mosques and churches and their people seemed to be religious.

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      Susan
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      It shows all the synagogues and mosques and the other churches. It is a skyline of faith from all the way back to Bible times.

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      Cory
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      They see back to time of the Roman’s. Where the roads and marketplaces were. It was a trip back in time

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      Karla
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      In the city of Jerusalem, there are over six hundred synagogues, over one hundred mosques, and forty-five different Christian denominations with over one hundred churches. A skyline of faith is how they described it.

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      David
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      It was mentioned that hundreds of synagogues, perhaps as many as 100 churches, and 45 denominations existed in the “skyline of faith”.

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      Brennan
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      It is considered a skyline of faith due to all of the religions that converge there.

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      Patricia
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      The rooftops were of the Old City of Jerusalem. They called it the “skyline of faith” because of all the synagogues and churches.

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      Our Daily Bread
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