Mighty Nations Almighty God
A unique collection of artifacts from the Ancient Middle East in the Pergamon Museum in Berlin is a real treasure for every Bible student. The tour shows the connections between the historical events of the powerful nations of the past and the deeds of God.
- The Pergamon Museum – Berlin, Germany
- 1.5 hours
- $11/device (Does not include booking fees)
- Virtual - not broadcast from the location
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Since the flood to the present, powerful people and mighty nations have strived for world domination. But it is the Almighty God, Jehovah who is the decisive force and who is able to enter into historical events and direct them for his plan not to be disrupted. Based on museum artifacts from the ancient empires of Assyria, Babylon, and others, this Bible tour proves that Jehovah God in certain historical moments ‘removed kings and set up kings.’About the museum/location:
The Pergamon Museum, built between 1910 and 1930, is one of the most visited places in Berlin, the capital of Germany. Located on ‘Museum Island’ in a historic center of Berlin is listed as a part of UNESCO World Heritage. Numerous artifacts directly related to the events described in the Bible make it really exceptional. The visitors admire unique monumental reconstructions of ancient structures such as Babylon’s Ishtar Gate and the Processional Way or are impressed by a modern multimedia presentation of the ancient biblical city of Pergamum – Pergamon Panorama.Tour Highlights:
Explore the origin of nations and religion, the powerful empires of Assyria and Babylon, and others. Original artifacts are arranged in impressive monumental presentations. Do you want to experience the feelings that Daniel and his friends may have had as they walked around these structures? Good overture to the Regional Convention 2021!
Statue of Hadad – Syrian Weather God Hadad: What did the statue that Naaman had to bow down when he accompanied the Syrian king to a temple look like?
Processional Way – Reconstruction of the Processional Way in Babylon: What feelings did Daniel have when he walked along these walls?