Thursday, May 25, 2006


This Day in Ancient History

On this day, two things happen in Jewish History. First, in 1491 BC, Moses strikes the rock and water gushes forth (See Exodus 17:1-8). Good times. Second, in 67 AD, General Titus takes the city of Joppa in what the Romans then called Palestine in his campaign towards Jerusalem during the first Jewish Revolt against the Romans. Not so good times.

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