Talk:The Jesus Trail

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VFD Discussion[edit]

  • Delete. This itinerary is still at outline status and has not received a substantial edit since October 2009, long past the one year deadline specified in the deletion policy. -- (WT-en) Ryan • (talk) • 20:19, 15 March 2011 (EDT)
  • Keep. This is an actual waymarked hiking trail (see Wikipedia article here), and as such, should be kept as per a brief discussion here that suggests official, and well-known itineraries should be exempted from "delete if outline after a year" rule. However, as per naming conventions, it should be renamed to Jesus Trail, with the "the" dropped. – (WT-en) Vidimian 14:08, 21 March 2011 (EDT)
  • Keep It's a legitimate trail. (WT-en) ChubbyWimbus 21:21, 21 March 2011 (EDT)
  • Delete. It even got edited 2014-11,and it passes the 1-year policy.Also,the Wikipedia article is much better.I suggest expanding with it if not deleting.Jaydenhwang (talk) 04:58, 12 January 2016 (UTC)

Result: Kept. -- (WT-en) Ryan • (talk) • 20:15, 2 April 2011 (EDT)


User (WT-en) Yankale copied text from the Wikipeda ( which was mainly written by an author named Frank Peregrinus. This text must be removed because it is not correctly attributed. --Unger (talk) 17:41, 21 October 2012 (CEST)

Link? Merge?[edit]

There is an article at Holy Land which links to others. This article at least needs links to/from there. Possibly some articles should be merged. Pashley (talk) 20:14, 15 November 2012 (UTC)

Map for The Jesus Trail[edit]

  • Would this help improve the Itinerary any?
Map of The Jesus Trail

  • 1 Nazareth
  • 1 Basilica of the Annunciation
  • 2 Basilica of Jesus the Adolescent (The Salesian Church)
  • 1 Jesus Trail — beginning of the Jesus Trail
  • 1 Zippori National Park (Sepphoris)
  • 2 Zippori (Tzippori) Tzippori on Wikipedia
  • 3 Mashhad (Mash'had) Mashhad, Israel on Wikipedia
  • 4 Cana (Kafr Kanna) Kafr Kanna on Wikipedia
  • 5 Lavi Lavi on Wikipedia — a kibbutz
  • 6 Moshav Arbel Arbel on Wikipedia — a village (nearby ruins thought to be the ancient site of Arbel)
  • 7 Horns of Hattin Horns of Hattin on Wikipedia — twin peaks of an extinct volcano. Besides the Mount of Beatitudes, is considered by a few as the site where Jesus dilivered the Sermon on the Mount
  • 8 Arbel Arbel on Wikipedia
  • 1 Mount Arbel Mount Arbel on Wikipedia
  • 9 Migdal Migdal, Israel on Wikipedia
  • 2 Tabgha Tabgha on Wikipedia
  • 3 St. Peter's Church St. Peter's Church, Capernaum on Wikipedia
  • 3 Mount of Beatidudes Mount of Beatitudes on Wikipedia — thought to be where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount
  • 10 Capernaum Capernaum on Wikipedia
  • 2 Mount Nitai Mount Nitai on Wikipedia
  • 1 Tiberias — (return via different route)
  • 3 Jordan River Jordan River on Wikipedia — Jordan River flows into the Sea of Galilee and the 2 Jordan River Jordan River on Wikipedia contnues to flow toward the Dead Sea
  • 4 Sea of Galilee
  • 5 Nabi Shuaib(Nebi Shu’eib) — Druze holy shrine
  • 3 Mount Tabor Mount Tabor on Wikipedia — believed to be the site of the Tranfiguration of Christ (via different return route
  • 4 Mount Precipice — (via different return route)