Guest post from Joe Bartling
Jesus’ Boyhood Hometown: Rediscovered after 2,000 Years?
It’s a cold case like no other that Joe Bartling has ever investigated. A forensic technologist, Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and licensed Private Investigator (PI), Joe visited Israel on five trips from 2009 to 2011. On one of those visits, Joe found himself up on the mountain of Gamla, an ancient Jewish city, that had been perched precariously on the top of a steep mountain, surrounded by 1,000-foot jagged cliffs to the valleys below. Gamla is the Aramaic word for “camel”, and the mountain looks like a camel’s hump as it juts abruptly up from the Daliyot valley below as viewed from the Sea of Galilee or the Jordan River just a few miles away. The tour guide read the account in Luke Chapter 4, where Jesus, “in the town where he was raised, got up to read in the synagogue, as was his custom on
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