Contributed by Michael Hopkins on Nov 29, 2005
What was said to the Church in Laodicea - the seventh of the seven churches - and what it might mean for us today.
Laodicea was a very, very wealthy city, founded by Antiochus II and named after his wife Laodice. The city was strategically located, where three major roads converged, so it was highly commercial. It was well known for its banking industry, its manufacture of black wool, and a medical school