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Biblical tours Turkey

Turkey is also called as Holy Land because it has got more biblical sites then any of other Middle East coBiblical Tours, Biblical tours Turkey, Turkey Biblical tour organizationuntries. As a matter of fact a lot of Christians are not aware of the Turkey’s importance concerning to the Bible, as usually biblical works talk about the strategic peninsula surrounded by Aegean, Black and Mediterranean Seas as Anatolia or Asia Minor. Turkey is crucial for the comprehension of the New Testament, the fact is that practically two-thirds of its books were written to or from some places and churches in Turkey, where that time the apostles John, Paul and Peter lived, spread Christianity, ministered and made the missionary journeys. There are places described in the book of Genesis, and they are located in Turkey, as Mount Ararat. According to the book of Genesis Noah's Ark came to rest at the mountains of Ararat.

"In the seventh month the Ark rests on the mountains of Ararat, and in the tenth month the tops of the mountains are seen". (Genesis 8:4). Being on the holy lands of Turkey, follow in the footsteps of the Apostle Paul in his journeys in Turkey and Greece and visit the Seven Churches of Revelation in Asia Minor. During the trip you will visit such places the birthplace of St. Paul in Tarsus, Iconium, Antioch, Hierapolis, Ephesus, Laodicea, Thyatira, Smyrna, Nicea and Sardis. It is a real pilgrimage tour for every believer and Christian.

Biblical Anatolia

Turkey is called the Other Holy Land as it has more biblical sites than any other country in the Middle East. Unfortunately many Christians are unaware of Turkey unique role in the Bible because Biblical references works usually refer to this strategic peninsula, that bounded by the Mediterranean, Aegean, and Black Seas, as Asia Minor or Anatolia. Turkey is very important in understanding the background of the New Testament, because approximately two-thirds of its books were written either to or from churches in Turkey where the three major apostles-”Peter, St. Paul, and St. John -”either ministered or lived in.

About St. Paul

St. Paul, the great Christian missionary, was born perhaps in 10 CE, in the Cilician city of Tarsus. His family was Jewish and from them he inherited Roman citizenship. St. Paul was privileged to have been born a Roman citizen at a time when it was not yet a universal right for people in the empire. Initially confined to freeborn natives of the city itself, as Roman control was extended throughout Italy and then to the lands bordering the Mediterranean and beyond, certain individuals and communities were given this right. At the time of St. Paul's ancestors, one way of attaining to Roman citizenship was serving in the Roman army for twenty-five years. However, because of sabbath and Mosaic food prescriptions this profession would not have been normally possible for a Jew.

Seven Church of Revelation

I was caught up in spirit on the Lord's day and heard behind me a voice as loud as a trumpet, 'Write on a scroll what you see and send it to the seven churches: to Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea.

About St. John

Knowledge of the life of St. John of Patmos (also known as the 'Theologian' or the 'Divine'), the author of the Book of Revelation, which includes the letters to the seven churches of Asia Minor, mostly comes from apocryphal stories recorded after his death. Christian tradition identifies him with Other New Testament figures of the same name, St. John the Evangelist, the traditional author of the Fourth Gospel who is also claimed to be St. John the Apostle. The accounts of the Gospels agree that the latter is the son of Zebedee; together with his brother James (the Greater), he decided to follow Christ while fishing in the lake Galilee. He became one of Christ's closest disciples and is said to have been with him on various significant occasions such as the Transfiguration and the Crucifixion. According to the Fourth Gospel.

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Biblical tours Turkey and Greece 9 /10 Start price per person $ 650

Biblical sites in Turkey and Greece, Turkey is called the Other Holy Land as it has more biblical sites than any other country in the Middle East. Antioch - the place where the followers of Jesus were first called Christians; Tarsus - where Apostle Paul was born and many others places from Turkey. More info

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Seven Churches tours Turkey

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The Seven Churches and Revelation tour 9 /10 Start price per person $ 800

In looking at the letters to the 7 Churches, we see the Lord speaking directly to the 7 Churches that existed in the Holy land at the time John lived. We also see the Lord's opinion of those Churches, and what they were doing at the time: Ephesus, Pergamon, Laodicea, Sardis, Thyatira, Smyrna, Philadelphia churches. More info

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Footsteps St. Paul tours

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The Missionary Journeys of St. Paul tour 9 /10 Start price per person$ 850

During one of his missionary journeys St. Paul visited Ephesus in Turkey. He stays in the city about three years (Acts 19:1-20). In Ephesus Paul discovers twelve believers who were baptized but who did'nt as yet have God's spirit. Paul baptizes them in His name and they receive God's Holy Spirit. More info

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Jewish Heritage tours

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The Jewish heritage tour from Turkey 9 /10 Start price per person$ 750

The first Jews are estimated to have settled in Anatolia in the 6th century B.C., making the Jewish community in Turkey one of the oldest in the world. Biblical references in Isaiah (66;19 and Joel (3;4-6) testify to Jewish Presence in Anatolia. More info

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