The spring Biblical Educational Tour traveled through southern Greece, with stops in Corinth, Olympia, Sparta and Athens. Forty-two enthusiastic participants enjoyed nine days of biblical instruction and touring.
During the 2008 Days of Unleavened Bread, the education travel program will offer a biblical study tour of Greece. We will focus on the travels of the apostle Paul and his letters to the Corinthians, examining the meaning and symbols for the New Testament Passover and Days of Unleavened Bread.
Long ago and far away in 4th century Greece, Diogenes of Sinope walked the streets of Athens on a noteworthy quest. It is said that this cynical philosopher strolled through the market place with a lantern in the brightness of the noon-day--in search of just one honest man.
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