Archaeologists Believe They Found the Site of Jesus' First Recorded Miracle

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Archaeologists have, for hundreds of years, believed they knew exactly where Jesus performed his first recorded miracle—turning water into wine—but new discoveries are now calling the location into question.

According to John 2, Jesus performed the miracle during a wedding at Cana. When the wine ran out during the celebration, the son of God transformed the water into wine in what is believed to be, according to the biblical account, his first miracle.

Archaeologists are, based on new research, now confident the real site of the miracle—in Cana—is actually on a hillside five miles farther north of the previously understood location in Israel, The Daily Mail reported.

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