There is no city in the world like Jerusalem, the intersection for three of the world's great religions. Christians believe Jesus worshipped and taught in Jerusalem and was later crucified there. For Muslims, it is home to both the Al Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock. Jews consider it to be their ancient capital, first conquered by King David, 3,000 years ago.
At an archeology site known as "The City of David," there is an active search for evidence of King David, as Lesley Stahl reported in her "60 Minutes" story this week. For "60 Minutes Overtime," we dug deeper into the controversial role that archeology can play in proving the Bible.
Does faith require proof? We want to hear what you think.