Touring Ancient Ephesus, Part 2

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Part 4 of series: Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament Touring Ancient Ephesus, Part 2 A tour of Ephesus usually begins, as I explained yesterday, at the eastern end of the city because from there you walk downhill rather than uphill. In the map to the right, the tour would begin just to the right [Read More...]

Touring Ancient Ephesus

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Part 3 of series: Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament Touring Ancient Ephesus Ancient Ephesus lies in a valley between two hills. This valley slopes toward the sea. Therefore, tours of the city tend to start at the eastern end and work toward the west, which means tourists can walk downhill rather than up. This [Read More...]

The Location and Environment of Ephesus

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Part 2 of series: Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament The Location and Environment of Ephesus Ephesus, or what is left of it, lies on the western edge of modern day Turkey, just about five miles inland from the Aegean coast. The picture to the right shows the location of Ephesus. It is close to [Read More...]

Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament: Introduction

The Arch of Titus in Rome, which commemorates the fall of Jerusalem and destruction of the temple in AD 70

Part 1 of series: Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament Ancient Ephesus and the New Testament: Introduction For many of us, the events of the Bible seem to take place in some distant, magic world of “Bible lands,” a wonderland rather like the one discovered by Alice. We read about Jerusalem, Nazareth, Corinth, and Ephesus, [Read More...]


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