Message: The Church in Pergamum – Part 4

Pergamum was known to be a fortress because it was built on a hill, 1,000 feet above the surrounding countryside. Pergamum was termed a sophisticated city because of the Greek centre of culture and education containing a 200,000-volume library. It was also the centre of four cults [Zeus, Dionysius, Asclepius and Athene] with the chief god called Asclepius – the god of healing, hence, people flocked from all over the world to Pergamum seeking for healing. 

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