Luke 4:28-29 speaks about Nazareth as a city set on a hill with a cliff or brow. John 1:46 tells us that Phillip said to Nathanael, “Can any good come out of Nazareth?” Where was this first-century Galilean town? Tradition tells us it’s in the hills overlooking the Jezreel Valley. A private investigator and forensics expert has dedicated a lot of time studying biblical, archaeological, geographical, and historical evidence that points him directly to the zealot-stronghold mountain of Gamla near the Sea of Galilee as the town where Yeshua grew up – Nazareth; and likely, the “mountain” from where he taught the “Beatitudes” of Matthew chapter 5. This is Part 2 of 2, Season 2020, Episode 023 of Real Israel Talk Radio. At the conclusion of this study, there will be an introductory lesson on John 18:36 when Yeshua said, “My Kingdom is not of this world.”
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Current Residence: Seaside community near Perth in Western Australia. Status: Married to Suzanne (Shoshana). Family: Daughter and Four Grandies (Seattle). Son (IDF, deceased 2009). Saba (Grandfather) to Emilia (daughter to Suzanne's adult son and wife) "Avi" to Suzanne's two adult sons and their partners. Israel: Lived in Jerusalem, Afula, and Tiberias 2003-2016. Work: Israeli State Licensed Tour Guide, On-air Radio News, Broadcast Journalism, Radio Talk Show Host and Commercial Production. Special Interests: Single-Engine Land Private Pilot (VFR). Photography and Videography. Reading and Studying Biblical History and Biblical Archaeology. Film, Video, and Audio Production. Other Special Interests: Enjoys the warm summers and clean white-sand beaches of Western Australia. Enjoys country bicycle rides and nature walks with Suzanne. Enjoys good movies from time to time and reading up on biblical archaeology, science, and ADHD-related issues. Enjoys backyard gardening, growing and eating blueberries, and studying scripture with great long discussions with Suzanne. Enjoys family pizza parties. Enjoys news and lively politics.
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