|LC Classifications||DG29 E34 O8 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||264|
Egnatian Way Egnatian Way The Egnatian Way was the main land route across northern Greece. Paul would follow this road from Neapolis to Philippi and Thessalonica. The Romans were superb road builders. Major routes were graded and paved, making travel and commerce easier than ever before. A note from the tour host, Dr. Mark Wilson, director of the Asia Minor Research Center: “Several years ago while flying from Rome to Istanbul, I sat with a map of the Via Egnatia on my lap. I watched with fascination as the landscape of this ancient road unfolded s feet below me. I determined that one day I would travel its mile length. The Egnatian W, a major Roman road that would have been used by Paul in traveling to the Macedonian cities of Philippi, Apollonia, and Thessalonica (; ). ce Publications, SearAR, , eserved. Permission is granted for use in teaching and preaching. Title: The Egnatian Way (Philippi) Author: Truth for Today. The Egnatian Way: An Ancient Highway The Roman Empire was known for its remarkable engineering feats, including their superior road building skills. When the Romans built major routes or roadways, they were graded and paved (using stones), making travel and international commerce easier than ever.
Egnatian Way of Ministry. 51 likes. The Apostle Paul used the best roads to take the gospel to metropolitan areas. We too should use the best resources of our day as well (Acts ).Followers: The Via Egnatia was an important part of the Roman road network mainly because it connected Rome with Constantinople (modern day Istanbul). It became a lifeline between the Western and Eastern parts of the huge Empire. Remains of the Appian Way . The text, first published in , has been fully revised and updated by Fr Edmonds for this new Way Books edition. The book is scholarly but simply written at the same time. From a mass of biblical research material the author has the ability to select insights that are especially important to people today. The first part of the Via Egnatia Hiking Trail is now ready. It is km long, starting from Durrës on the Adriatic coast through Albania, Northern Macedonia and Greece and ending at Thessaloniki. It is a completely new trail for the walker who is looking for untrodden paths.
The Ignatian Way A series of presentations based on materials written by Brian Grogan, SJ, of the Irish Jesuits Welcome to The Ignatian Way, a series of online presentations that introduce the main ideas of Ignatian spirituality. Each one is an 6â€“10 minute video. Today the Egnatian Way stretches from Durres in Albania to Istanbul and along the course of its long history has witnessed invasions, conquests and changes in populations. Over its stone plates have moved their footsteps historical figures like Julius . In effect, even during the age of Byzantium and the Ottomans, the Egnatia Way continued to function, partially: to be used by merchants, armies, wayfarers, preachers, crusaders, invaders, explorers, migrants and fugitives, in both directions. But since over that long millennium East and West were almost always opposed to each other, from being “bipolar” it became one way. Egnatian Way of Ministry. 51 likes. The Apostle Paul used the best roads to take the gospel to metropolitan areas. We too should use the best resources of our day as well (Acts ).