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5 Stone Water Jars at Capernaum

Discussion in 'General Theology' started by dqhall, Oct 29, 2020.

  1. dqhall

    dqhall Well-Known Member Supporter

    United States
    In the Gospel of John 2:6 Jesus was invited to a wedding at Cana. They were out of wine. Jesus saw 6 stone water jars and asked the servants to fill the jars with water. They did. The water then turned to wine by divine intervention.

    At Capernaum, a town were Jesus lived, there are the remains of a Byzantine era synagogue built over the floor of a synagogue used during the first century. I visited the place and took a photo of five limestone water jars found by archaeologists there on display.

    The Talmudic Jews thought stone vessels were more pure than pottery vessels.


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  2. Gregorikos

    Gregorikos Ordinary Mystic

    United States

    Those would be boogers to carry full of wine.