Where Water Became Wine

Where Water Became Wine
Archaeologists uncovered evidence of early Christian worship in tunnels at Khirbet Qana, including an altar matching the biblical description of the Marriage at Cana where Jesus performed the water into wine miracle. (University of Puget Sound and Centre College Excavations at Khirbet Qana/Cana of Galilee)
From the Nov 30, 2018, issue

Archaeologists believe they may have located the site of the biblical Marriage of Cana, where Jesus of Nazareth is said to have turned water into wine. Wine Spectator's Lexi Williams reports.

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