New Testament Places
The stock image depicts various locations mentioned in the New Testament, including those where Jesus carried out his ministry, key events took place, and where early Christian communities were established. The map includes regions such as Galilee, Judea, Samaria, and beyond, as well as major cities such as Jerusalem, Nazareth, Bethlehem, and Damascus.
The map highlights important locations such as the site of Jesus’ baptism in the Jordan River, the Mount of Olives where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount, the town of Bethany where Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, and the city of Corinth where Paul established a Christian community. The map also shows major trade routes and highways, which were crucial for spreading the gospel message and establishing new communities.
The map provides an overview of the geographical and historical context of the New Testament, and helps to visualize the various locations and events mentioned in the text. It allows viewers to better understand the journeys of Jesus, the apostles, and other key figures in the New Testament, and how they interacted with the places and people around them.