The story of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and a ladder against a second story window. Recognized by Emperor Constantine in 330 A.D. as the sight of the Crucifixion, burial and Resurrection of Jesus Christ the church is one of the most visited sights in the Christian faith.
Going to Jerusalem and visiting the historic places associated with Jesus’ last days. Gethsemane, Mount of Olives, The Way of the Cross – Via Dolorosa, The Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the room of the Last Supper
Jerusalem For what should be an insignificant piece of land sitting at a crossroads going from someplace to someplace else, this spot has historically been the center of a lot of attention. In planning for this trip we did a deep dive into the history of this city and for a five thousand year historyContinue reading “A Visit To The Holy Land Part 1 of 3”
Oh Jerusalem Before a recent visit to Jerusalem I spent some time looking into its history. I arranged this history by pulling from dozens of articles and weaving them into a consistent and continuous narrative. To speak about Jerusalem is often like stumbling around in the dark. Visiting Jerusalem might help to push back theContinue reading “Visiting The Holy Land Part 2 of 3”