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Archaeological Evidence of Jesus

The Geography Stands . t. he Test. .. Sites and Artifacts Demonstrate . The life, teaching, death and resurrection of Jesus. Many of the findings are relatively recent. .. Jesus. ’. Birthplace is Generally Accepted.

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Archaeological Evidence of Jesus






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Archaeological Evidence of Jesus

The Geography Stands

t

he Test

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Sites and Artifacts Demonstrate

The life, teaching, death and resurrection of Jesus

Many of the findings are relatively recent

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Jesus

Birthplace is Generally Accepted

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Jesus’ Childhood and Youth

Nazareth remains an active city

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Several other ports have recently been unearthed along the Sea of Galilee

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Artifacts, including a Galilean fishing boat, have been unearthed that confirm statements in the Bible

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Capernaum

Researchers have unearthed the synagogue in Capernaum where Jesus healed a man with an unclean spirit and delivered the sermon on the bread of life

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The home believed to be that of Peter has been unearthed

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Chorazin

Where Jesus taught in the synagogue has been foundSlide7

Kursi

Where Jesus healed the man possessed by LegionSlide8

Tabgha

Where Jesus is believed to have done the miracle of the loaves and fishesSlide9

The Mount of the Beatitudes

Where Jesus preached the sermon on the mountSlide10

Caesarea Philippi

The place of Peter’s confessionSlide11

The

Temple MountSlide12

The Pool of BethesdaSlide13

The

Mount of OlivesSlide14

The Garden of Gethsemane