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... found in 1929 by archeologists from Poland. We saw a video about
the making of the mosaic floor that had a very interesting back story.
We then headed to lunch (another meal) and headed on the bus for another
2 ½ hours on the bus to Jerusalem. Looking forward to seeing the great
city and all it has to ...
... history of Judah. First, it was the fourth city that Joshua sacked during the Conquest. Jericho, Ai, and Libna came first, but Lachish was quite high on the list of priorities. The second time critical period in Lachish's history is when the Assyrians conquered it in 701 BC shortly after they had subjected the Northern Kingdom to captivity back in 722 BC. Lastly, Lachish was destroyed during the Babylonian Conquest of Judah in 586 BC ...
... Our car - rented in Israel, is not allowed to cross the border. Similarly, Palestinians wanting to enter Jerusalem need to line up for hours to get through security. Israelis are not allowed to enter the West Bank. Many of you may recall the suicide bombings that regularly took place in Israeli cities during the early 2000s. To protect its people, Israel built a wall along the West Bank, isolating the Palestinians - but in their ...
... a short walk down the hill from the Garden, we came to the Grotto of Gethsemane. I was surprised to learn that it is very likely that Jesus left the other nine disciples in the cave (grotto) here while he took Peter, James, and John up the mountain with himself to pray. Since it was cold at night, tradition has been held to that effect since the Byzantine era, and the cave dates to Jesus' time, it is very likely that the disciples really did sit in ...
... horrifying (actual masses of bodies that had been preserved by the natural sediments of the soil they were buried in that were later dug up and laid out in open brick buildings for the public to walk through and view). Forgive me for being raw, but after spending 3 weeks in Rwanda, there was an odd sense of familiarity for me to be once again standing witness to the horrifying events of the past – because it has already happened, there is a ...