Several mountains feature in the Bible and take their significance from what happened on them.
For instance, Mount Moriah where Abraham took his son to sacrifice to Yaweh, Mount Sinai where God gave Moses the tablets of stone, and Mount Carmel where Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal. However the two most significant mountains of the New Testament are Mount Zion, where Jesus died for the sin of the world, and Mount Hermon.
At Paneas, on an extended ridge of Hermon, the Lord Jesus confirmed that He was the long-awaited Son of Man, and further up Hermon, God the Father confirmed that Jesus,was the Son of God.
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