Archaeologists think they’ve found the site of Jesus’ first miracle:
CANA, Israel – Among the roots of ancient olive trees, archaeologists have found pieces of large stone jars of the type the Gospel says Jesus used when he turned water into wine at a Jewish wedding in the Galilee village of Cana.
They say these could have been the same kind of vessels the Bible says Jesus used in his first miracle and that the site where they were found could be the location of biblical Cana.
Bible scholars say it will be hard to obtain conclusive proof, especially because experts disagree on exactly where Cana was located.
Interesting to speculate, though–what if the fragments came from those jars?