Cartographic Links

Sam Rainer

September 14, 2007

I must admit to you an odd fascination. Ever since I was a child, I have loved looking at maps. My parents gave me a globe for Christmas one year, and what would have been a neglected gift by most children, I used frequently. Geography was one of my favorite subjects in junior high; my free electives in college were used to take geography classes.

My addiction to the weather channel is directly attributed to the trance it puts me in as I watch weather patterns crisscross over the lower 48. Google Earth is perhaps one of the greatest tools on the Internet.

So when one of my friends in the ministry emailed me the following links, I was fascinated. If you’re as engrossed with maps as I am (probably not, but they still are quite interesting), you’ll like to take a visit here and here.

2 comments on “Cartographic Links”

  1. willy2binNC says:

    The first map is really useful Sam! I am more and more inclined these days to learn about the physcial locations of Biblical events in relation to our current world. The first map is an acceptional tool. The second map tends to be a little more alarming, as I found out a terror alert popped up right near me!

  2. Sam Rainer says:

    Be careful out there, willy…

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