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The Sodom where our Lord was crucified

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Submitted by Charles Slakan (United States), May 1, 2009 at 14:11

The Bible is clear when it mentions that great city, the spiritual sodom where our Lord was crucified. It is in the book of Revelations.

I believe Jesus was crucified outside of the walls of Jerusalem. Why do Christians then run to a place the Bible says is cursed, a spiritual Sodom? When did Jesus ever say that Christians should celebrate his birth or birthplace?

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