Evidence in Israel

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre (a.k.a. the Church of the Resurrection) dates back to the 4th Century and is believed to encompass both Golgotha (i.e., Calvary) and the tomb where Christ was subsequently buried. There are several reasons to believe that the Church of the...

Via Dolorosa is a Latin phrase meaning “Way of Suffering.” It is a route within Jerusalem that is meant to represent the path Jesus walked on while bearing His Cross from the Praetorium to Calvary. As such, it is also called the “Way of the...

Philip (son of Herod the Great) established Caesarea Philippi (also known as Baniyas). Previously, it had been a sanctuary used by the Canaanites for the worship of Baal.  Continuing its idolatrous legacy, the Greeks paid homage here to their god Pan and referred to it...

Tel Dan is part of a nature preserve established by the Israeli National Parks Authority. Upon entering the park, you are confronted with bubbling brooks which feed into winding streams that form the Dan River. Of the sources of the Jordan, the Dan River is...

In the days of the Bible, this area was known as Bashan (Psalm 22:12 and Ezekiel 39:18). If you look closely at the picture, you’ll see that the very top of the mountain is really a castle. This is known as Nimrod’s Castle and is...