Yes Charles that is exactly why I posted what I did. Obviously there is or could be some connection to the same times when there was another famous city/state named Edessa on what is today Greece. Certainly you cannot deny that a lot of what we call Christianity had at its beginnings a lot of focus in what today we call Greece?
Thus, the only difference is the timeline, and just what city was at the time called Jerusalem!
You really cannot tell me that the odds of two areas having city/states and local rulers named Herod, is just another example of "history repeating itself?"
It makes just the same sense that Jerusalem equals Constantinople!, at least in the case of Herod!
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