Evidence in Israel

Mount Carmel is a ridge that rises to an altitude of 1740 feet above sea level. It serves as the northern stretch of the hills of Samaria and runs parallel to the Plain of Jezreel (a.k.a. the Valley of Megiddo). This land would also have...

During the 3rd Century BC, the Phoenicians established this location as a fortified port. Later, it became a Jewish settlement under the Hasmoneans.  However, the Romans under General Pompey conquered this area along with the rest of Judea in 66 BC. It was then given the name “Caesarea...

Here is one of the most spectacular views in all of Israel, as the Sea of Galilee and much of surrounding area lays before you. The Arbel summit sits 594 feet above sea level, while the Sea of Galilee is 653 feet below sea level – this creates...

Scriptural Significance Cana holds a few noteworthy distinctions: • Jesus performed His first miracle here when He turned water into wine at a wedding feast (John 2: 1, 11) • Jesus healed the a nobleman’s son here (John 4: 46 - 54) •...

Nazareth is presently divided into upper and lower districts.  The upper portion is heavily Jewish whereas the lower area is a mixture of Arab-Christians and Muslims. At the time of Christ, perhaps less than 500 lived here. The city was considered quite strategic as it...