Patmos Cave where St. John wrote Book of Revelation

Patmos Cave where St. John wrote Book of Revelation

Patmos  - John, the beloved Disciple had his vision of heaven & wrote the book of Revelation as recorded in the New Testament. (Revelation 1:9)

Patmos - John, the beloved Disciple had his vision of heaven & wrote the book of Revelation as recorded in the New Testament. (Revelation 1:9)

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Cave of the Apocalypse where John the Apostle wrote the Book of Revelation - Patmos
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It is believed that the Apostle John traveled from Jerusalem to the city of Ephesus where he remained for the rest of his life. It was during his time there that Emperor Domitian exiled him to the Isle of Patmos, where he wrote Revelation (the Apocalypse). When Nerva became emperor John was pardoned and returned to Ephesus, where he lived the remainder of his days.

It is believed that the Apostle John traveled from Jerusalem to the city of Ephesus where he remained for the rest of his life. It was during his time there that Emperor Domitian exiled him to the Isle of Patmos, where he wrote Revelation (the Apocalypse). When Nerva became emperor John was pardoned and returned to Ephesus, where he lived the remainder of his days.

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St. John the Theologian, commonly identified with the Apostle John, was exiled on Patmos around 95 AD and received revelations from God by means of a voice from a cleft in the rock. It is thought by some scholars that John was from Ephesus, which is a short boat ride from Patmos and which received the first of the letters addressed to the  Seven Churches of Revelation. A sanctuary and the Monastery of the Apocalypse were later built around the...

St. John the Theologian, commonly identified with the Apostle John, was exiled on Patmos around 95 AD and received revelations from God by means of a voice from a cleft in the rock. It is thought by some scholars that John was from Ephesus, which is a short boat ride from Patmos and which received the first of the letters addressed to the Seven Churches of Revelation. A sanctuary and the Monastery of the Apocalypse were later built around the...

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Christ and John of Patmos

Christ and John of Patmos

Marker marking the cave where John was thrown when he was out of fellowship with God. This is where he wrote the book of Revelation in the Bible. Patmos Island, Greece

Marker marking the cave where John was thrown when he was out of fellowship with God. This is where he wrote the book of Revelation in the Bible. Patmos Island, Greece

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Patmos Greece. It is of historical significance because John wrote the books of revelations in a cave that is part of a monastery that you can visit.

Patmos Greece. It is of historical significance because John wrote the books of revelations in a cave that is part of a monastery that you can visit.

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