Did Jesus preach at this synagogue? Archaeologists excavate 2,000-year-old ruins in ancient town of Magdala where Christ is thought to have taught disciples

Magdala Center Project

An ancient synagogue unearthed on the shoreline of the Sea of Galilee may have been a temple where Jesus preached, according to the Christian organisation that owns the site.

Archaeologists have been excavating the 2,000-year-old ruins, which date from the 1st century, in the town of Migdal in northern Israel.

The town is thought to sit on top of what was the ancient town of Magdala, the birth place of Mary Magdalene, one of Jesus’ most devoted followers.

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  1. The cool thing about Jesus is, there is no external records of any kind that indicate Jesus ever existed. Which means what it would mean for anyone else. Jesus never existed. The story regarding his existence is entirely fabricated (which is what ancient historians and language experts also say). Richard Carrier’s “Proving History” and “Why we have reason to doubt” are good primers for those who are still examining this question.

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