Ancient Capernaum

QUESTION: Ancient Capernaum

ANSWER:

Ancient Capernaum was a fishing village and trading post on the northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee during the first century AD. In the Bible, Capernaum was described as the village along the border of Zebulon and Naphtali where Jesus made his home after leaving Nazareth and starting his ministry (Matthew 4:13). It’s at Ancient Capernaum where we have early accounts of Jesus teaching both Jews in the synagogue and Romans in the homes. Jesus called four fishermen (Peter, Andrew, James and John) and a tax collector (Matthew) as disciples at Capernaum.


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