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A news report that stunned the world nine years ago about the discovery of possible ancient chariot wheels at the bottom of the Red Sea is suddenly gaining fresh attention with new video claiming “irrefutable evidence” that corroborates the find. In June 2003, WND interviewed Bible enthusiasts who dove the waters of the Red Sea, […]

A news report that stunned the world nine years ago about the discovery of possible ancient chariot wheels at the bottom of the Red Sea is suddenly gaining fresh attention with new video claiming “irrefutable evidence” that corroborates the find. In June 2003, WND interviewed Bible enthusiasts who dove the waters of the Red Sea, […]

Capernaum Synagogue, limestone wall:  A fourth-century AD synagogue in Capernaum, built from limestone hauled from many miles away.

Capernaum Synagogue, limestone wall: A fourth-century AD synagogue in Capernaum, built from limestone hauled from many miles away.

See on ebay: http://ebay.to/1xeoFm0  This is a very nice aerial view postcard of the Santa Cruz railroad station in 1908. It’s published by Richard Behrendt of San Francisco and is from the divided back era although it shows a white border. The condition is good, the corners and edges are worn. The postcard is used and postmarked 1908. Please examine photos for detailed view

Vintage Postcard Santa Cruz Train Station Steam Engine 1908 Pub. R. Behrendt

See on ebay: http://ebay.to/1xeoFm0 This is a very nice aerial view postcard of the Santa Cruz railroad station in 1908. It’s published by Richard Behrendt of San Francisco and is from the divided back era although it shows a white border. The condition is good, the corners and edges are worn. The postcard is used and postmarked 1908. Please examine photos for detailed view

Paul (with Silas & Timothy) came to Thessalonica from Philippi on his second missionary journey, stopping in Amphipolis and Apollonia before arriving here (Acts 17). He preached in the city’s synagogue, the chief synagogue of the region, for at least three weeks. His ministry was strong, and he established a Jewish-Gentile church, although it was more heavily Gentile (1 Thess 1:9).

Paul (with Silas & Timothy) came to Thessalonica from Philippi on his second missionary journey, stopping in Amphipolis and Apollonia before arriving here (Acts 17). He preached in the city’s synagogue, the chief synagogue of the region, for at least three weeks. His ministry was strong, and he established a Jewish-Gentile church, although it was more heavily Gentile (1 Thess 1:9).

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