The Bible refers to geographical locations in every book. To better understand the Bible, it often helps to see where these locations are and how they relate to one another. To aid in your study of the Scriptures, we've included a map application that shows an approximation of all the locations mentioned in the Bible. In many cases, once you've located the biblical site on the map, you can switch the view to satellite and see some of the ancient ruins. Have questions about how to use the map? Just click the Question Mark.
Geocoding data provided by http://www.openbible.info/. KML formatting modifications were made and additional sites were added.