One of the unknowns of the New Testament is the identification of the mountain where Jesus underwent his Transfiguration. The Matthew account of the Transfiguration is as follows. At Sinai, the mediator of the old covenant—Moses—was established; on the Mount of Transfiguration, the mediator of the new covenant—Jesus Christ was revealed and confirmed. Both Mount Tabor and Mount Hermon have been identified as the Mount of Transfiguration by various traditions. Records of the Transfiguration are found in Matthew 17:1; Mark 9:2; Luke 9:28.From these narratives we gather that Jesus went with His disciples from Bethsaida to the neighborhood of Caesarea Philippi, where Peter's memorable confession was made. trans-fig-u-ra'-shun (referred to as the "holy mount" in 2 Peter 1:18): . The earliest tradition identifies Mount Tabor as the Mount of Transfiguration, and it is the location of the Church of the Transfiguration, which is built on the ruins of fourth-century church. The disciples, on the Mount of Transfiguration, were participating in an event that marked a key transition in the history of the Lord’s people. Mount Tabor is a little less than 2,000 feet, but it stands alone in the area. As one would expect, there are chapels and churches on the top of the mount to commemorate the spot. The Roman Catholic tradition identifies it as Mount Tabor, south of the region of Galilee, on the northern edge of the Jezreel Valley. TRANSFIGURATION, MOUNT OF. It may be a small point, but it is worth noting that there are two traditions about the location of the Mount of Transfiguration.