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ATPM 7.09
September 2001

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SARA SMITH · October 12, 2004 - 20:28 EST #1
If nazareth in jurusalem?
Lee Bennett (ATPM Staff) · October 12, 2004 - 22:33 EST #2
Sara - no. Nazareth and Jerusalem are both cities in Israel. If you examine this map, you'll see Nazareth up in the northern portion of Israel and Jerusalem more in the central region.
Kenneth Owens · July 16, 2006 - 15:31 EST #3
Was Nazareth a town,village,city or what.It's not mention much in the bible
David Ludlum · July 23, 2006 - 17:23 EST #4
Jesus of Nazareth. was his title here and there. if you recall the jews were discussing among themselves that Jesus couldn't be Messiah because ancient prophecies say that they won't know where he came from. " isn't this the jesus of Nazareth?" no he was from bethlehem. this was so no one would know where he was from. so it's mentioned quite a bit.
NARANI SOHAIB · December 23, 2006 - 16:35 EST #5
As the place where Jesus grew up, studied and lived most of his life, Nazareth has for two thousand years been closely identified with Christianity and has attracted hundreds of millions of pilgrims from around the world. Nazareth is also Israel's largest Arab city and as such serves as a major cultural center. Over the past decade the historical Old City has been extensively renovated, preserving and restoring the architectural beauty and unique character of its narrow lanes and alleys. The combination of these three elements – history, culture and architecture – assures the Old City of Nazareth a place among the most beautiful historical destinations in the world. We invite you to see, hear, savor and experience some of Nazareth's secrets!
Joshua Kabuka · June 11, 2007 - 09:40 EST #6
Nice photo
Joshua Kabuka · November 6, 2007 - 01:15 EST #7
Nazareth is a beautiful town,especial it remind us about Jesus of Nazareth

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