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Article 0106 - Cities in N.T.


Cities Found In The New Testament

Jon Gary Williams

The integrity of the New Testament scriptures can be validated in many ways. One such way is a look at its
geographical accuracy. In New Testament, sixty-seven cities are specifically named  - - places which have been verified by secular history. The amazing thing is that these cities are fitted precisely into the detailed record of the New Testament. Such accuracy is remarkable, helping to confirm the reliability of the New Testament.

And to this can be added many other geographical locations accurately found recorded in the New Testament, for example: countries, mountains, lakes, rivers and valleys.

Here is a list of these cities, assigned to the four geographical areas in which they were located.

 ASIA MINOR
 GREECE  ISRAEL  ITALY
 Antioch - Syria
 Amphipolis Antiparis
 Appius Forum
Antioch -Pisidia  Apollonia Bethabara Puteoli
Attalia
 Athens Bethany  Rhegium
Colossae
 Berea Bethlehem  Rome
Derbe
 Cenchreae Bethpage  Syracuse
Ephesus
 Corinth Bethsaida Julias   Three Taverns
Hierapolis
Emmaus Caesarea Philippi  
Iconium
 Mount Olympus
Cana  
Laodicea
 Neapolis Capernaum  
Lystra
 Nicopolis Chorazin
Miletus
Philippi Dalmanutha  
Mitylene
 Thessalonica Decapolis  
 Myra   Ephraim  
 Paphos   Gaza  
 Patara   Gennesaret  
 Perga   Gergesa  
 Pergamum    Jericho  
 Philadelphia    Jerusalem  
 Rhodes   Nain  
Salamis    Nazareth  
 Sardis    Ptolemais
 Seleucia    Sidon  
 Smyrna    Sychar  
 Tarsus    Tyre  
 Troas      
 Trogyllium      

        


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