Israel in the New Testament
The stock image depicts the geographical region of Israel during the time of the New Testament. The map highlights the cities, towns, and regions that played important roles in the life of Jesus, his apostles, and the early Christian community.
The map includes locations such as Bethlehem, Nazareth, Capernaum, Jerusalem, and the surrounding areas. It also shows the routes taken by Jesus and his followers during his ministry, including the path from Galilee to Jerusalem.
The map also includes important bodies of water, such as the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan River, and the Dead Sea. The Jordan River, in particular, is significant as it was the site of Jesus’ baptism by John the Baptist.
Overall, this map provides a visual reference for the important locations in Israel during the time of the New Testament and helps viewers better understand the geographical context of the events recorded in the Bible.