Sacred Places or Sacred People?

Randy Davis

I am a pastor trained in systematic theology. I have a broad interest in biblical studies, history and culture.

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  1. Gontroppo says:

    Hi Randy.
    I agree with your sentiments.
    It would be interesting to visit some of the famous places where Christ and his followers walked, but for historical, not spiritual reasons.

    I understand ministers who go to Israel get besieged by people wanting to be baptised in the River Jordan. Paul’s words in 1 Corinthians [I baptised very few] and Jesus’ actions [allowing his disciples to do the baptising] show that it is the desire to follow God that matters, not the place where you meet him.

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