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Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Mar 22, 2010
In the Bible, altars are designed for sacrifices and not just for decoration (Exodus 20: 24). The Bible also described the various methods of constructing these altars. Some were made of sand or unhewn stones, that is, stones that have not been chiseled w
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In this clip from Drive Thru History with Dave Stotts "The Gospels," Jesus is rejected by the people of Nazareth. He leaves his home town and walks toward the Sea of Galilee. We learn about this fertile region and about Jesus choosing the small fishing village of Capernaum to start his ministry.
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