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Hanukkah’s Festival of Lights
Hanukkah is a very special time of year for Jewish people in Israel and all over the world. Known as the “Festival of Lights,” the holiday originated over 2,000 years ago, when the Jewish people were ruled by the oppressive Syrian king Antiochus, who looted and desecrated the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, outlawed the Jewish...
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Nazareth
Known as the childhood hometown of Jesus, Nazareth is nestled in the hills of the lower Galilee region and is an important site for pilgrims as well as tourists. Pronounced Natsrat in Hebrew, Nazareth is a city with a rich history and a vibrant culture, but it is perhaps best known as the place where...
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Ark Encounter USA | All Aboard! A 4,800-Year-Old Floating Zoo Comes Alive
Who doesn’t think that a year-long cruise traversing the high seas in a ginormous wooden ark, accompanied by a boatload of cool animals, would be a unique—and fun—way to escape a sin-saturated world? Well, kind of. As endearing and amusing as animals can be, for Noah and his family, it was more laborious than uproarious...
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Dead Sea
Its name may take on an ominous tone, but the Dead Sea is anything but dead. Deriving its title from its inability to sustain most forms of marine life, it is a place of tranquil beauty, and perhaps a bit of mystery. Sandwiched between Jordan to the east and Israel to the west, the Dead...
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Patmos, Greece | The End of the World Begins Here
AD 95 marked the beginning of the end after Roman emperor Domitian exiled the apostle John—by then an old man—to a small volcanic island off the coast of Greece. John the Revelator (perhaps most fittingly called St. John the Erupter), would use his time alone as a prisoner on Patmos Island to pen the apocalyptic...
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Simchat Torah | The Rejoicing of God’s Word
Following the conclusion of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish communities throughout the world begin a joyous and colorful celebration called Simchat Torah, meaning the “rejoicing of the Torah,” or the “rejoicing of the Jewish law.” A spectacular holiday focusing on the gift and significance of the Torah, Simchat Torah is a compilation of ancient...
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High Holy Days in Israel | Yom Kippur
Regarded as the holiest and most solemn holiday on the Jewish calendar, Yom Kippur is also known as the Day of Atonement in the Bible. Commencing on the tenth day in the Hebrew month of Tishrei, as commanded in the Bible, Leviticus 16:29–34, Yom Kippur signifies the final opportunity for Jewish people to seek atonement,...
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High Holy Days in Israel | Rosh HaShanah
Considered by the Jewish community to be one of the holiest and most special times of the year, Rosh HaShanah marks the beginning of the new year on the Jewish calendar. Also called the Feast of Trumpets, Rosh HaShanah commemorates God’s creation and acceptance of His power and sovereignty over the world. It is also...
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Petra | City of the Improbable
Half hidden in the windblown landscape of southern Jordan, the ancient sandstone city of Petra has been named one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, as well as being a UNESCO World Heritage site. Petra was built in the third century BC by the Nabataeans, a community of master builders who, besides being...
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Caesarea
The ancient Mediterranean seaport of Caesarea Maritima is perhaps one of Israel’s most famous attractions. Located about halfway between Tel Aviv and Haifa on the Mediterranean Coast in the lower Galilee, the city was first built in the third century BC, but its popularity and importance grew when Herod the Great established it as an...
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