Travel Blogs from Corinth
... contains some important artifacts of the ancient city. Some statues in the courtyard are representative of the Roman artwork of the time, and there is also an important inscription which seems to indicate that a synagogue did exist in Corinth at the time of Paul's visit. Dr. Camp also pointed out some tables that are believed to have been used for the Eucharist during the Roman period. Pottery that used the distinctive whitish clay from Corinth was also very prominent in ...
... the top of the "The Rock" where we sang the alma mater of RMC and slipped our way down the rock. our journey was over and it was sad but also a relief to know that we would be seeing our families soon! Going to bed is bittersweet, and we are dreading the long flight tomorrow, but I am sure we will all be dreaming about the wonderful memories we have made!!
Until tomorrow, (WHEN WE GO HOME)
Corinth has two ports that provided access to Italy on the west and Asia Minor on the east. Raisins were first developed in Corinth. Corinth is from the word currant, a seedless raisin the Mediterranean.
Our first point of interest in ...
... by the Jewish people while he watched his journeys help transform this Jewish sect into a true global religious phenomenon. I want to follow Paul's footsteps not only geographically, but also theologically and chronologically, in order to better function as a Christian priest in this kind of world. My seminary training for this new time might as well have been in the 19th century! My academic toolbox is sorely out of date, but Paul's ability to re-tool during ...
... so well with their mainland Attic cousins in Athens, but that is another story for another day we'll leave Thucydides to tell.
The two hour bus trip traces handily the ancient route from Athens to Corinth which helped transform Corinth into one of antiquity's power players. The name Korinthos is derived from one of Zeus' sons, and was quickly attached to this strategic location early in Peloponnesian history. Corinthian bi-annual athletic games, called ...
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