Living and Working in the Shadow of the Seven Churches

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May Ancient Near East Today

By: Mark Wilson

I first came to Turkey in 1992 during my doctoral research on the Book of Revelations. My visit to the Seven Churches – the seven early churches or congregations mentioned in the Book of Revelations – was life-changing. The experience birthed in me a desire to introduce others to this amazing land that, after Israel, has more biblical sites than any other country.

I soon led my first tour to Turkey, which at the time hosted few biblical and cultural tours. Today Istanbul has become one of the world’s leading travel destinations, and visits to Cappadocia and Pamukkale are

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