Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Latest Updates On The "Jesus Tomb"

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Conspiracy Behind Jesus’ Lost Tomb?
The Great Deception may not get off to as good of a start as hoped with archaeologists and clergymen in the Holy Land deriding claims made in a new documentary produced by James Cameron that contradict major Christian tenets. But the Oscar-winning director maintains the evidence is based on sound statistics. "The Lost Tomb of Christ," which the Discovery Channel will run on March 4, argues that 10 ancient ossuaries — small caskets used to store bones — discovered in a suburb of Jerusalem in 1980 may have contained the bones of Jesus and his family, according to a press release issued by the Discovery Channel.

Also see:
Talpiot Tomb Theory Sunk From The Start
Listen To Coast To Coast Show With Mike Heiser And Darrell Bock
Mike Heiser Paper On “Jesus Ossuary” Presented To Evangelical Theological Society(PDF)
Ten Reasons Why The Jesus Tomb Claim is Bogus

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