Day 8 was a visit to Nazareth: Both the Nazareth Village site reconstructing life in the time of Jesus, and the modern town with its two churches dedicated to Mary and Joseph
Day 7, afternoon, the location of the Sermon on the Mount, Tabgha, Bethsaida and Geshur, and Gergesa
I thought this year, it was time for iced tea.
Two preliminary comments:
1. I've tagged this post under "Coffee". Yes, I know. I hardly ever make posts about tea, and if I start doing so I'll create a new category and retag the post. For the time being, it's the closest category.
My sabbatical study project concerns a specific aspect of Trinitarian theology. (See my earlier post outlining what I planned to study).
Before reading books on this specific topic, I've been reading some more general works on the Trinity. My thinking is very rusty, and I need to enter the world of Trinitarian thought again at greater detail.
I've owned a number of Android phones over the years. Some have been relatively high-end, with good RAM and storage space for their day. Others have been budget models, that come with the bare minimum to get things done. They're slightly slow and laggy to use, you can't install everything on it, but they do the job.
Visit on day 7 to the sea of Galilee by boat, and the ruins of Korazin and Capernaum
Day 6 was a travelling day, spending time at Jericho and the springs at Sachne on the way from Jerusalem to the Galilee region.
Day 5, afternoon: We visited the Bethlehem area, including the Herodion south-east of Bethlehem, and the Church of the Nativity.
Day 5: A visit to the Israel Museum, including it's 1:50 model of Jerusalem in the time of Jesus, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the many archaeological exhibits.
Day 4: Temple Mount, City of David, Davidson Archaeological Park, Jewish Quarter, Palatial Mansion