Bible Geocoding — Google Earth meets Bible

Perhaps this is old news to some, but I was pleasantly surprized by a site that Daniel Bernard (from good ol’ Concordia U.) pointed out to me: Bible Geocoding: The location of every identifiable place mentioned in the Bible. As the name suggests, this site provides a look at virtually every biblical site mentioned in the Bible via Google Earth. You can browse the geographical landscape of the lands by biblical book as well. When I click on Revelation, here is what I get. Why not zoom in and see what “Jezebel” is doing in Thyatira.  There are also great views of well-excavated sites such as Pergamum and Ephesus.

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