Paul was imprisoned for 2 years here after he was arrested. He was interrogated here several times until he was sent to Rome because he appealed to Caesar as a Roman citizen. Hence it was quite exciting for us to come to this place. Both for the historical and cultural significance of the place. But particularly for its place in our faith. I can't help but to imagine Paul stating his faith in front of the Roman governor and Jewish accusers. What he did was nothing more than believing in a reasonable and loving God.
One of the many interesting things was an inscription with the name of Pilate. His name was in the Bible, and for a long time, no where else. This discovery is just one of the numerous archeological evidences that the Bible and its contents are real.
[By the way, I am not done with Cambodia yet. I will post more on it when I can get around to it.]