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Archaeologists Believe They Found Location Where Jesus Christ Taught
(01-23-2015, 01:30 AM)EA Wrote:
(01-21-2015, 12:55 PM)Fsbirdhouse link Wrote:Very interesting EA.....Quite!
If this place is 'Hard By' Bethlehem, actually part thereof......Why not? The symbolism fits the 'Type'.

Really been enjoying looking into the different bits of foreshadowing 'Types' thru out the Torah as well.
Incredible the things that are being revealed in these last days.

Jesus in all of his forms are fascinating fsb.
My current opinion is I don't believe we are in the last days,and I will tell you why.

This is why.

Third along the vines of the vineyard...
Second secure forked tongue in cheek...
First I must apologise to Mayito and turn the other cheek...

I Am sorry mayito.

Moving on...

The entire gamut of Jesus' can be discussed here.
We've got all the time in the world.

Consider this this the council of 'nice' EA so that Mayito's hertz shall be Schumanned.

This is the Third Rock from the sun and Jesus didn't live under a rock.

This thread will flesh the word out.

From the Composite sketches left behind after witness accounts and hearsay as opposed to heresey.

hearsay as opposed to heresey posted "Here Say"

Say Here because itz the Counsel of Nice EA

I don't bury my talents... let's dig up Jesus!!!

Happy Birthday fsb  Bd1


Tuesday, September 18th, 2018, 04:14 am

Archeologists find one of Christianity’s most important sites & plan to open underwater museum
Published time: 7 Sep, 2018 15:03 Edited time: 8 Sep, 2018 11:17
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A chance discovery by a team of archeologists in Turkey may have revealed one of the most significant sites in the history of Christianity after years of fruitless searching. And they’re now planning an underwater museum.
When Constantine I, the first Roman Emperor to convert to Christianity, chaired the ecumenical Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, bishops from across the world descended on Lake Ascanius to iron out divisions in the early Christian church. The modern-day lake, Lake Iznik in Turkey, has for years been the focus of archeologists trying to find treasures from that ancient time.
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...

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RE: Archaeologists Believe They Found Location Where Jesus Christ Taught - by EA - 12-04-2018, 01:15 AM

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