Iraq in the Bible By Pastor James Collins

Chaplain (retired) James Collins is pictured on the Ziggurat of Ur in Iraq. Collins, who is now pastor of First Southern Baptist Church, will be presenting Iraq in the Bible this Wednesday. Submitted photo.

Iraq in the Bible

A special presentation of “Iraq in the Bible” will be held at Fort Scott’s First Southern Baptist Church on Wednesday, July 31st beginning at 6:30 pm.

The church is located at 1818 South Main in Fort Scott.

This interactive video presentation will look at the history, archeology, and prophecies of Iraq. Israel is the most mentioned nation in the Bible. Iraq is the second most mentioned nation in the Bible.

However, it is not called Iraq. Instead, Iraq is known as Nineveh, Babylon, Shinar, Assyria, Ur of the Chaldees, and Mesopotamia.

Chaplain James Collins, a retired U.S. Army Chaplain, visited all of the historic locations. Chaplain Collins will be your guide through the land of Iraq.

You are invited to attend this special free presentation. Bible Study small groups are welcome.

For more information, call Fort Scott’s First Southern Baptist Church at (620) 223-2986.


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