Our June 2014 and October 2014 tours will feature a teaching on this Corinth Biblical Archeology site. Acts 18:4 says of Paul at Corinth: “Every Sabbath he would argue in the Synagogue and would try to convince the Jews and Greeks”. It was because of this that Paul was removed from the Synagogue and focused on the Gentiles.
Our visits to Corinth are a teaching highlight. See an inscription showing where the synagogue of Corinth was located. The inscription would be near the synagogue and near the house of Titius Justus where Paul stayed. They say that this home may have shared a wall with the Synagogue as well.
Also nearby is a stone with three menorah that is from about the 5th century AD. Many of our Bible tours spend a good amount of time at Corinth because of the significance of Paul’s teachings. On the way we have a reflective stop on the Aegean Sea at the port remains of Cencherea. We also stop to see the Corinth Canal, which is a wonder in itself. Join us for one of our upcoming Bible tours. The next tours that visit these sites at Corinth are March 2013, May 2013, June 2013 and October 2013.