Biblical Archaeology at Capernaum: Part Two

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Excerpt Rev. Gary Byers, in his humorous and engaging style, examines the details of the story in Mark 1, including archaeological excavations uncovering Peter's house and the Synagogue at Capernaum. Continue reading

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Rev. Gary Byers, in his humorous and engaging style, examines the details of the story in Mark 1, including archaeological excavations uncovering Peter's house and the Synagogue at Capernaum. Purchase the complete video and the series in the ABR Bookstore.

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10/6/2010 6:12 PM #

Hi Brother, I visited Capernaum also and was not in the least offended or protested by the Church structure over the site of Peter's house. Incidentally your mispronouncing the name Capernaum according to local Jews. With ncreasing volumes of visitors and pilgrims visiting the Holy Land, imagine everybody walking over a first century site and taking pieces of the original floor back to Utah!

Joseph - 10/6/2010 6:12:18 PM

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