One of the most famous ancient cities of Greece is Corinth. We have all heard the 13th Chapter of Corinthians read at a wedding, the love chapter. We might or might not know that it is from a letter written by the Apostle Paul to the Church at Corinth, a church Paul had established on his missionary journeys. We know that Paul spent several years in Corinth. We know that he had troubles here, much like he had troubles most everywhere he went.
Thinking about Paul is easy while you are in Ancient Corinth. This incredible archeological dig is so well preserved that you can literally walk on the streets where the Apostle walked almost two thousand years ago. What an incredible feeling, knowing that your feet on the very stones that the Apostle Paul walked on.
From the streets of Ancient Corinth you can look out over the ocean which sits about a mile down the hill from the ancient city. Modern Corinth now sits right on the water, just below you. While you are here there are three sites to explore.[Read more…] about Ancient Corinth, Critical To The Church In Europe