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Missionary Spotlight – Macedonia; land of paradox and dreams

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October 2007
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Missionary Spotlight – Macedonia; land of paradox and dreams

  Macedonia; land of paradox and dreams   The present Republic of Macedonia occupies one third of the Bible’s Macedonia (much of the latter lies in present-day Greece).   It is indeed paradoxical that the nation of Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia from 336-323 BC, should now have to endure being called the…

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Missionary Spotlight – Macedonia today

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October 2007
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Missionary Spotlight – Macedonia today

  Macedonia today   The ancient province of Macedonia existed during the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. In 1913, after the Balkan wars, the Bucharest Treaty divided Macedonia between Greece, Serbia and Bulgaria. Eventually, after World War II, the part of Macedonia ruled by Serbia emerged as one of the six Republics of Yugoslavia.…

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Missionary Spotlight – Personal work in Macedonia

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October 2007
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Missionary Spotlight – Personal work in Macedonia

    Personal work in Macedonia   Macedonia is the most southern of the Balkan countries, sharing borders with Albania, Greece, Bulgaria and Serbia. Its long history reaches back to New Testament days. I walked the old Roman road that led to it  – probably the very road travelled by the Apostle Paul.  …

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Missionary Spotlight – Macedonia: the Albanian part

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October 2001
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Missionary Spotlight – Macedonia: the Albanian part

The Republic of Macedonia is about a third the size of Scotland, surrounded by Greece, Albania, Kosova, Serbia and Bulgaria. It gained independence when Yugoslavia broke up in 1991, and has a population of two million, of whom one third are Albanians living mainly in the western part.   Readers should not think that…

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