Exploring Ephesus: City Of Apostles DVD
Ephesus is one of the most intelligently reconstructed Roman cities in the world and was once the hub of Christianity in Anatolia, also known as modern Turkey. This impressive city was not only one of the seven churches mentioned in the book of Revelation but was also the command center of Paul's three-year ministry to the Roman province of Asia.
From here, Paul began writing his first letter to the Corinthians and in Ephesus's theater the infamous riot recorded in the Book of Acts broke out against the Christians. Here, Apostle John traditionally wrote his Gospel and epistles and where he spent the last days of his life after returning from exile on Patmos. Ephesus was the initiation point for the Gospel's continuous development into the western world.
For decades biblical Turkey has been the focus of study for distinguished historians, Dr. Mark Wilson and Dr. Andrew Jackson. Now these old friends reunite and travel together on the road to Ephesus. Along the way they share their combined historical, archeological and biblical knowledge to bring the scriptures