Theodore of Amasia lived and died for his faith in God many centuries
ago. In his honor, the citizens of Jerash, Trans-jordania, built a
church with three apses, a court and a fountain. The ruins of this
church were found last week by a Yale Archeologist, one J. W. Crawfoot.
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