The Divided Kingdom

Jeroboam builds temples to worship Baal 1 Kings 12:25-33   King Jeroboam I of Israel (reigning from c.931 to c.911BC) fortifies Shechem to provide himself with a stronghold in the hill country of Ephraim. He also fortifies Penuel, a town across the Jordan near...

Josiah’s Reforms

Josiah’s Reforms After the high priest, Hilkiah, re-discovered the Book of the Law in the Temple in Jerusalem in the eighteenth year of Josiah’s reign (in 624BC), King Josiah called the elders of Judah together to renew their covenant with the LORD. All the...

Cana

Cana St Bartholomew’s Chapel, Kafr Kana (Cana) (John 21:2) Cana of Galilee was a village within walking distance of Nazareth. When Jesus and his family attended the wedding at Cana – where Jesus preformed his first recorded miracle – the water for ritual washing...

Capernaum

Capernaum Black basalt blocks form the base of the synagogue at Capernaum  (Luke 7:5) Jesus made Capernaum his base from the autumn of 27AD. He preached here, and performed many healing miracles – including the healing of Simon’s mother-in-law from a fever. Capernaum...

Sources

Sources Temple of Hercules at Rabbath-Amman citadel  (Dennis Jarvis) We wish to give credit for the source material used in the iBible Maps website. The website would not exist without the help of the following sources: The foundational maps used as our starting...
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