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According to religious tradition, Mary (Aramaic: Maryām; 1st century BC – early 1st century AD) was an Israelite Jewish woman of Nazareth in Galilee and the mother of Jesus. Among her many other names and titles are the Virgin Mary or Blessed Virgin Mary, full day ephesus tour Mother of God, and Saint Mary in Western churches, Theotokos in Orthodox Christianity, and Maryam, mother of Isa in Islam. She is identified in the New Testament. full day ephesus tour
Tradition says that the Virgin Mary lived in Ephesus near to John. Apollos, a Jew from Alexandria who was a disciple of John the Baptist, arrived in Ephesus and met with John’s hosts Aquila and Priscilla. It is generally believed that the city hosted a significant Christian community already from the 1st-2nd centuries izmir ephesus tours . Ephesus is associated with the life of several saints of that era, such as the Philip the Evangelist, brother of the Apostle Barnabas, Hermione, Aristobulus, Paul of Thebes, Adauctus and his daughter, Callisthene.izmir ephesus tours
There had been a Jewish community at Ephesus for over three hundred years when Paul the Apostle visited Ephesus around 53 AD ephesus shore excursions. Paul set out on his third missionary journey in 54 AD.He spent three months teaching in a synagogue in an effort to bring the Jews to accept union with the gentiles in Christianity, but without success. For the next two year he stayed in Ephesus seeking to convert Hellenized Jews and gentiles, and appears to have made many converts.ephesus shore excursions