March 27, 2023
Nathan Gopen

Nathan Gopen

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Nathan Gopen is a professional software engineer and MIT graduate. He is committed to using his skills in software, multimedia and graphic design to create inspiring and powerful new ways of comprehending and studying the vast riches of God's Word.

The Mount of Beatitudes, like its name suggests, is a peak in the northern part of Israel. The mountain is exceptionally stunning and holds immense religious significance as it’s the site where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount. The Mount of Beatitudes is geographically related to a number of religiously significant places, including the city of Capernaum, the Sower’s Cove and Tabgha.  

The Mount of Beatitudes is a Holy Mount where you can feel a sense of peacefulness and calmness just by visiting this place. It has this sort of religious tranquility that you can just wander about in. It’s a great place to visit if you’re looking for some Holy escape to reconnect with your spiritual self.

If you’re a travel enthusiast and love aerial views of historic places, then the Ramparts Walk is the right activity for you. The Ramparts Walk gives you a view of the whole Old City of Jerusalem as well as the buildings that are outside its boundary walls. It’s actually a fun activity through which you get to see the entire Old City of Jerusalem from up-top. Indeed, there are some places in the old city that are difficult to access by foot and those can also be seen during the Ramparts Walk.

Caesarea was a Herodian harbor City located on Israel’s Mediterranean Sea strip, the ruins of which now consist of the Caesarea National Park. If you’re looking for a place that has a rich history, impressive archaeological significance, and recreational activities all-in-one, this Park is for you! With the splendor of a mini Rome and a hint of remains from the Crusader period, this site has layers of history ready to be uncovered and explored!


The following is a slideshow presentation created by Rex Moody, a Bible archaeology enthusiast who periodically leads Israel archeological tours.

Enjoy the beauty and ancient spiritual calling of the stone edifices of Israel's archeological monuments

Israel Nature

March 01, 2017

In addition to breathtaking archaeological wonders that connect past ages with the present, Israel is home to some of the most beautiful and tranquil outdoor nature locations.

Ephesus was a bustling cosmopolitan Greek city of the ancient world ruled not only by the Greeks but also by the Persians, the Romans, the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire. The remnants of this religiously and archaeologically significant city mark a popular tourist attraction situated three kilometers away from the modern town of Selçukin the Izmir Province, Turkey.

Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is a serene wildlife reserve with a rich Biblical history that offers immaculate scenery, wondrous wildlife, and an adventurous hike. It is the perfect place to go if you love wildlife, traveling, hiking or just want a retreat from your monotonous daily routine.

Sinai Desert is which is located in Egypt and the desert is full of diversity. From the wide open plains to the high sand dunes to camel riding to the rugged mountains, the desert in Sinai has to offer an incredible experience. The desert is also known as the “Land of Fayrouz” which means turquoise which is to the fact that the ancient turquoise mines of south Sinai, which provided the pharaohs with the abundant decorations on amulets and burial masks.

Offering a peaceful escape and a place for contemplation, The Garden Tomb is believed to be the burial and resurrection site of Jesus and therefore holds immense significance to the Christians. The spiritual gravity of the place will have you drifting away into a world of your own!

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