The Biblical Gardens of Africa will be a place of educational learning. It will throw more light on people’s understanding of the Bible. The Biblical Garden depicts the biblical landscape, including the trees and shrubs of the Bible.
The vegetation found in the Bible played an important role in God’s Word. Much of the vegetation connects the Bible to nature, to symbols and festivals, to parables and historical happenings. Surrounding and learning of this vegetation brings a deeper understanding of God’s Word. The Biblical Gardens of Africa will occupy several thousand square meters and will be filled with the plants of the Bible.
THE WESTERN WALL
The gardens are accented with inspiring monuments reflecting Biblical sites and Biblical understandings.
FIRST CENTURY TOMB AND OLIVE PRESS
The gardens also will accommodate several thousand people who wish to worship, pray or enjoy the many festivals and special events to be held in the gardens.