Apologist Frank Turek speaking on-site in Israel

Christians can learn from apologist Frank Turek how to prove the Bible is true and accurate while traveling the world and gathering experiential evidence! Apologist Frank Turek doesn’t shy away from difficult questions. As a Christian speaker, Frank spends a lot of time traveling to college campuses across the country answering questions from young people who…

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the ruins of the harbor of Cenchrea

Following the journey of the Apostle Paul through the New Testament we see that Paul is known to have visited some of the biggest cities in the Roman Empire during his travels but one of the lesser-known places he stopped was the port of Cenchrea. Scripture tells us that this was the home of Paul’s…

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ShipwreckAnd4Anchors FootstepsOfPaul

Shipwreck! Apostle Paul Survives Exciting archaeological discoveries from Israel and across the ancient Roman Empire are continuing to confirm stories from the Bible. One such event is a shipwreck that left the Apostle Paul stranded on an arid and barren piece of land in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. This story of shipwreck is dramatic. Over…

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Explore locations read about in the Bible following the footsteps of the apostles, exploring historic, cultural, and spiritual history of ancient lands. Image walking through the ancient lands of Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea. Now, imagine following the footsteps of the Apostle Paul, one of the most important figures of the Apostolic…

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Purple codex patmos

Called the Purple Codex due to the particular color of the parchment, the masterpiece is among the earliest illustrated books in existence, possibly the oldest. It is the first of two volumes of a Book of the Gospels, and contains the Gospels of Mark and Matthew.

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Apostle Paul and Head Coverings Erastus temple prostitute buyout Inscription

Many would be quick to proclaim bigotry when referring to Apostle Paul and Head Coverings, but the historical context (as always) is incredibly important to note. The Acropolis, seated atop a hill stretching above the city of Corinth historically housed 1000 temple prostitutes. It was in this time that Paul wrote his letter to the…

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