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The Shroud of Turin December 28, 2011

Posted by roberttalley in Archaeology, Christ, Death of Christ, Easter, Gary Habermas, Jesus, Resurrection, Shroud of Turin.
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Check out the article from Friday and the evangelical perspective on the Shroud of Turin.

http://www.thedaily.com/page/2011/12/23/122311-news-shroud-of-turin/

The essay can be found at http://www.garyhabermas/articles. It is also available at http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/lts_fac_pubs/27/

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While our Revelation Study is on hiatus August 7, 2007

Posted by roberttalley in Acts, Archaeology, Church History, Ephesus, First Peter, Gladiator, Religion, Seven Churches of Revelation, Turkey.
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See last weeks post on Hierapolis to see something about the area of Laodicea. Below are two more links from an architectural student living in Istanbul. I was not aware of the finding of the gladiator cemetery last year.

http://didemkonuk.wordpress.com/ephesus/

Don’t feel like reading a post? At least look at this picture from a different area of Turkey. It has nothing to do with the seven churches of Revelation but could you imagine Paul traveling through this area on his way to preach the gospel in one of the cities of the region?

http://didemkonuk.wordpress.com/cappadocia-kapadokya/

Look at Hierapolis now August 4, 2007

Posted by roberttalley in Archaeology, Colossians, Laodicea, Seven Churches of Revelation, Turkey.
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This city is mentioned in the book of Colossians which we are now studying in Sunday School. It was near Colossee and Laodicea. This was written by an architectural student in Istanbul.

http://didemkonuk.wordpress.com/pamukkale/