Caesarea, ancient, historical city full of intriguing anecdotes around every corner. Follow us on our Journey Through Israel.
Caesarea – City by the Sea – Part 2 Welcome back to our virtual tour of Israel in the beautiful ancient seaside city of Caesarea. Last week we talked about the historical beginnings of the city. We also learned a bit about Roman persuasion of its citizens to be satisfied with free entertainment instead of […]
Ceasarea is a sea-side city rich in artifacts and history. Read along with us to learn about the city's biblical past.
Continue the Journey through Jerusalem into the Jewish Quarter, walk through history and see it's destruction and renewal as we step into modern-day Jerusalem.
Walking Through the Temple Today our virtual tour of Jerusalem takes us back 2,000 years to help us understand what it was like for people who went to the Temple Mount back then. Some came to bring their sacrifices, especially on Yom Kippur. Others went to pray. And still others just wanted to see what […]
A beautiful tour of the Second Temple as it probably looked according to archeology findings.
By: United with Israel Staff (pic: Coin celebrating the redemption of Zion -City of David Archive photo) The Land of Israel constantly reveals hidden treasures, testifying to its rich history and the Jewish people’s deep and long-lasting ties to the land. This time, the discoveries have a seasonal significance as well. A rare bronze coin […]
The Dead Sea Scrolls are believed to have been written during the Roman Era in Israel's history and were discovered in Qumran quite by accident. Watch a clip of this fascinating history.
Refugees from God’s Perspective “When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. The foreigner residing among you must be treated as your native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. I am the Lord your God.” Leviticus 19:33-34 The world is in crisis. According to the UN, […]
The History of the Jews and Israel under the Byzantine Empire and then the Muslim Caliphates that came into power.
For the two millennia after the Roman conquest, no other state or unique national group developed in Palestine, and no ruler chose Jerusalem as its capital. Instead, different empires and peoples came, colonized, ruled, and disappeared. Jews remained throughout these changes. Thanks To StandWithUs for this flyer.