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THE APOSTLE OF THE DAY (PAUL)

The apostle Paul was born in the city of Tarsus in the Roman province of Cilicia (in southern Turkey) and was named Saul. His father had Roman citizenship, so although he was a jew, Saul was born a Roman citizen. 208 more words

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Tarsus, a city in south-central Turkey, lies in the heart of the fertile Çukurova region—the ancient gateway between the Mediterranean and the Middle East and Central Asia. 446 more words

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A Bird in the Hand

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It occurred to me after putting up my first post that to some, bird banding might be a novel thing – after all, it isn’t one of the most well-known forms of research. 435 more words

"Where are you?" N:o 4 Love and subjectivity are opposites

The world, from the perspective of a satellite in the sky, does not remind a Paradise any more. Eyes becoming watery you have been seeing all the defects there already. 418 more words

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Talking Turkey

“Have you been to hell?” the ticket-taker at the entrance gate asked me.
I looked over at my wife. We would be married for twenty-seven years in two weeks time. 607 more words

Arches and Facade

Arches and Facade – the arched alcove of the marble gate/entrance to Tarsus’s Grand Mosque (Tarsus, Turkey) (March 2015)

Originally posted on my Tumblr today (22 March 2015)

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