New Testament Places (Excluding Jerusalem)

Living Water (#1)

When Jesus spoke to the woman at the well about "Living Water" she probably thought of water moving in a stream. Jesus described himself as the water of life. These falls are near Caesarea Philippi. They also are from the Banias river, one of the three which come from the meltdown off Mount Hermon and the three form the Jordan River that flows South to the Sea of Galilee and then out of the Galilee on down to the Dead Sea. Scripture: John 4


Keywords:
Jesus, living water, water, waterfall, woman at the well
Living Water (#2)

When Jesus spoke to the woman at the well about "Living Water" she probably thought of water moving in a stream. Jesus described himself as the water of life. These falls are near Caesarea Philippi. They also are from the Banias river, one of the three which come from the meltdown off Mount Hermon and the three form the Jordan River that flows South to the Sea of Galilee and then out of the Galilee on down to the Dead Sea. Scripture: John 4


Keywords:
Jesus, living water, water, waterfall, woman at the well
Living Water (#3)

When Jesus spoke to the woman at the well about "Living Water" she probably thought of water moving in a stream. Jesus described himself as the water of life. These falls are near Caesarea Philippi. They also are from the Banias river, one of the three which come from the meltdown off Mount Hermon and the three form the Jordan River that flows South to the Sea of Galilee and then out of the Galilee on down to the Dead Sea. Scripture: John 4


Keywords:
Jesus, living water, water, waterfall, woman at the well
Arch Of Titus

This was built in Rome to commemorate the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 AD by the Romans. Courtesy of BiblePlaces.com


Keywords:
arch, arch of Titus, government, Jerusalem, Rome, Titus
Source: BiblePlaces.com
Arch Of Titus Menorah

This image inside the Arch of Titus is believed to show the Lampstand taken from Herod's temple.


Keywords:
arch, arch of Titus, government, Jerusalem, Rome, Titus
Source: BiblePlaces.com
Roman Forum

This was the center of the world's most powerful government.


Keywords:
caeser, forum, government, Rome
Italian Coastline

This is the coastline that Paul would have seen when he sailed to Rome.


Keywords:
coast, Italy, Paul, sea, water Mediterranean
Source: Nadine Lucas
Feeding Of The 5,000

This is the traditional location of the miracle of Jesus of feeding the 5,000 people. The water is the sea of Galilee. Scriptures: Matt 14:15, Mark 6:41, Luke 9:12, John 6:5


Keywords:
000, 5, 5000, feed, field, Galilee, Israel, land, miracle, sea
Source: Gary Bennett
Sea Of Galilee

The beautiful land around the sea of Galilee.


Keywords:
field, Galilee, Israel, land, sea
Source: Walt McIndoo
Sea Of Galilee

The beautiful land around the sea of Galilee.


Keywords:
field, Galilee, Israel, land, sea
Source: Walt McIndoo
Capernaum

Jesus went to and lived in Capernaum in Israel. Scriptures: Matt 4, Mark 2, John 2, Luke 7


Keywords:
Capernaum, Jesus
Source: Bruce Einspahr
Capernaum (#2)

Another photo of Capernaum. Scriptures: Matt 4, Mark 2, John 2, Luke 7


Keywords:
Capernaum, Jesus
Source: Bruce Einspahr
Capernaum Synagogue (#1)

Jesus went to the synagogue in Capernaum and taught. Scripture: Luke 4


Keywords:
Capernaum, Jesus, synagogue
Source: Bruce Einspahr
Capernaum Synagogue (#2)

This synagogue ruin stands on the site of the synagogue in Capernaum in which Jesus lived. Jesus would have been at this site.


Keywords:
Capernaum, Israel, Jesus, synagogue, worship
Source: Walt McIndoo
Capernaum Synagogue (Side)

This synagogue ruin stands on the site of the synagogue in Capernaum in which Jesus lived. The lower darker stones of the foundation are believed to have been part of the original building there when Jesus visited. Mezoterapija, lipotikai, PRP plazmo liftingas, grožio injekcijos, LPG masažas ir plaukų šalinimas lazeriu Vilniuje itin konkurencinga kaina


Keywords:
Capernaum, Israel, Jesus, synagogue, worship
Source: Tom Childers
Pagan Roman Altar

This altar is at a pagan temple in the city of Rome.


Keywords:
altar, idol, pagan, Rome, temple
Athens Amphitheater

This amphitheater was the place in Athens that Paul taught in Acts chapter 17.


Keywords:
Amphitheater, Athens, Mars Hill, Paul, preach
Source: Walt McIndoo
Roman Theater

This is an example of a Roman theater.


Keywords:
play, preach, roman, theater
Source: Tom Childers
Acropolis

The famous Parthenon on the Acropolis in Greece.


Keywords:
acropolis, Athens, Greece, Greek, Parthenon, temple
Source: BiblePlaces.com
Parthenon

This is the famous Parthenon structure in Greece. This is considered one of the finest examples of Greek Architecture and served as a Grecian Temple.


Keywords:
Athens, Greece, Greek, Parthenon, temple
Source: Walt McIndoo
Nashville Parthenon

This is the recreated Parthenon in Nashville Tennessee. It is modeled after the Parthenon structure in Greece. Use this recreation to get a vision of the Parthenon before it fell into ruin.


Keywords:
Athens, Greece, Greek, Nashville, Parthenon, temple
Source: Terry Taylor
Nashville Parthenon (#2)

This is a close up of the recreated Parthenon in Nashville Tennessee. It is modeled after the Parthenon structure in Greece. Use this recreation to get a vision of the Parthenon before it fell into ruin. Pour cette conscience, en même temps que nombreuses boutique ensuite entreprises Internet selon droite dont vendent du Levitra ont découvert qu’elles étaient engagées dans rare guerre inévitables rabais très compétitive auprès acheter cette davantage grande bout en compagnie de marché.


Keywords:
Athens, Greece, Greek, Nashville, Parthenon, temple
Source: Terry Taylor
Mars Hill

This is the Mar's Hill in Greece.


Keywords:
Athens, Greece, Mars Hill
Source: BiblePlaces.com
Jordan River

This is the Jordan river near where Jesus was said to have been baptized. The Jordan runs from the Sea of Galilee and empties into the Dead Sea to the south.


Keywords:
Jordan, river, water
Source: Morris Cromer
Jordan River (#2)

This is another picture of the Jordan river near where Jesus was said to have been baptized. The Jordan runs from the Sea of Galilee and empties into the Dead Sea to the south.


Keywords:
Jordan, river, water
Source: Morris Cromer
Jericho Road

Along this winding narrow road in rugged hills Jesus said that a man who had been ambushed and robbed was helped by the Good Samaritan. Scripture: Luke 10:30-37


Keywords:
good Samaritan, Jericho Road, road, Samaritan
Source: Walt McIndoo
Herod's Aqueduct

An example of the amazing engineering feats of the time, this is an aqueduct that transported water for many miles.


Keywords:
aqueduct, Herod, water
Source: Gary Bennett
Herod's Aqueduct (#2)

An example of the amazing engineering feats of the time, this is an aqueduct that transported water for many miles.


Keywords:
aqueduct, Herod, water
Source: Wayne Atkinson
Sermon On The Mount

This is the traditional site of the Sermon on the Mount from Matthew 5, 6 7.


Keywords:
beatitudes, Jesus, mount, sermon
Source: Gary Bennett
Gates Of Hell

This is the site of a large cave opening in a large rock face. The gentiles considered this the opening to the place of the dead or the "gates of hell". It was in a large solid rock face. When Jesus called Peter a "stone" and that the "gates of hell" couldn't stand against his confession, then Jesus was making contrasts of a stone versus a large rock and how even the power of death couldn't stand against the confession that Jesus was the son of God. To the right is the shrine or temple of the mythological god "Pan". Scripture: Matt 16:18

Jerry Culbertson provided many photos for this site.
Contact Jerry at the link below about conducting a Bible Archaeology Seminar at your church.


Keywords:
gates of hell, Jesus, pan, Peter, rock, stone
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Gates Of Hell (#2)

This is a closeup of the site of a large cave opening in a large rock face. The gentiles considered this the opening to the place of the dead or the "gates of hell". It was in a large solid rock face. When Jesus called Peter a "stone" and that the "gates of hell" couldn't stand against his confession, then Jesus was making contrasts of a stone versus a large rock and how even the power of death couldn't stand against the confession that Jesus was the son of God. To the right is the shrine or temple of the mythological god "Pan". Scripture: Matt 16:18

Jerry Culbertson provided many photos for this site.
Contact Jerry at the link below about conducting a Bible Archaeology Seminar at your church.


Keywords:
gates of hell, Jesus, pan, Peter, rock, stone
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)
Pan Temple

This is the shrine or temple of the mythological god "Pan" adjacent to the "Gates of Hell" described in the photos above.

Jerry Culbertson provided many photos for this site.
Contact Jerry at the link below about conducting a Bible Archaeology Seminar at your church.


Keywords:
idol, pan, shrine, temple
Source: www.JerryCulbertson.com (Bible Archaeology Seminars)