Biblical Laodicean Church found in Turkey

Published on February 1st, 2011 | by Admin


An ancient church, mentioned in the Bible, has been found in Laodicea in western Turkey.

The professor said they have discovered the Laodicea Church, one of the seven mentioned in the Bible. ?im?ek said the church from the fourth century A.D. was found by underground radar search, a system they have tried this year for the first time. “The major part of the church, which is built on an area of 2,000 square meters, has kept its original [status].”

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