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Yeshua studied

Nazareth. Church Synagogue

Note: Visiting this Christian shrine is not included in all excursion routes. But it always follows after a visit to the Church of the Annunciation. Therefore, I consider it appropriate to explain how to get to it. After leaving the Temple, you need to go to the entrance to the Arab market (about 50 meters). Log in to it. Walk along the main aisle, turn left into the first aisle, turn right after 20-30 meters, and after about 15 meters, on the right side, you will find the gate leading to the Greek Catholic Church. Enter and to your left is the entrance to the Synagogue Church. If it is closed, ring the bell, after a while a minister will come out who, at your request, will open the door for you.

“For about six years, probably, like all children, I went to school at the Nazareth Synagogue. Sitting on the floor around the scroll of the Law, the children repeated the same verse of Scripture after the teacher … until they memorized it. Probably, little Yeshua also merged his children’s voice with this choir. And from the age of twelve, he already went on Saturdays to the synagogue, “the house of assembly,” to pray with adults, listen to the sermon and Aramaic translation of the Scriptures. Continue reading

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