Jerusalem — still crazy after all these years!
I’ve been trying to digest my feelings about my Jerusalem trip ever since I returned last week. Being an ancient culture junkie and writer of occult paranormal fiction, I fully expected to come bac…
Rev. James Howell
Every time I return from Israel, I’m a bit startled by well-meaning friends who breathe a sigh of relief, tell me they have prayed intently for my safety, and yet look a bit puzzled why any rational person would venture into such a place. There are plenty of perils for the pilgrim to Israel: an injection of uneasiness about our vapid culture here, a keen sense that Jesus was real and my faith had better be real also, and the omnipresent possibility of a sprained ankle from walking around on…
A cemesto house in Oak Ridge, TN. This was probably taken during the war or immediately after, as the road is clearly not paved. People living in Oak Ridge often complained about the mud during the War.
Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Jerusalem)
Exterior of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. It is unimpressive as far as churches go because it's extremely old (begun in 335) and has been added onto (and destroyed) somewhat randomly over the centuries.
Jerusalem-Jerusalem: A beautiful view for al-Haram al-Sharif at night, click on the picture to enlarge it /15793
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