Possible birthplace of three of Jesus’ disciples has been discovered: Bethsaida. The apostles Peter, Andrew and Philip are mentioned in John 1:44 with the city of Bethsaida. Here is a quick video of the discovery:
The National Geographic article titled “The Real Story Behind the ‘House of Jesus’ Apostles’ Discovery” states that:
The “lost home of Jesus’ apostles” has just been found, according to a recent Israeli newspaper report. Yet while the actual discovery is not nearly as sensational as many headlines suggest, the new results are adding very interesting fuel to an ongoing debate about the location of one of the most important cities in the New Testament.
While this discovery is not definitive, it will push the discussion about the location of the the ancient city of Bethsaida. The discovery was found on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilea as pictured below:
Two of Jesus miracles: 1. Healing the blind man (Mark 8:22) and 2. Miraculously feeding of the 5,000 multitude with five loaves and two fish (Luke 9:16).
Another video on Bethsaida.
“The Real Story Behind the ‘House of Jesus’ Apostles’ Discovery” by Kristin Romey National Geographic | August 7, 2017
“The Lost City of Jesus’ Apostles Has Just Been Found, Archaeologists Say” by Noa Shpigel and Ruth Schuster Haaretz | August 8, 2017
“Is this unearthed fishing village the birthplace of three of Jesus’ apostles?” b Religious News Service | August 7, 2017
“Archaeological Discovery: Home of 3 of Jesus’ Disciples Possibly Found” by Michael Gryboski ChristianPost | August 7, 2017