Tuesday, February 27, 2007

James Camerons Evidence

Newsweek did a story on Cameron's evidence and I blogged about it here. I also found an interview of the archaeologist who was in charge of the Talpiot tomb and he had this to say:

The name "Jesus son of Joseph" has been found on three or four ossuaries. These are common names. There were huge headlines in the 1940s surrounding another Jesus ossuary, cited as the first evidence of Christianity. There was another Jesus tomb. Months later it was dismissed. Give me scientific evidence, and I'll grapple with it. But this is manufactured.
I think Christianity will survive this latest attempt to destroy it's most fundamental tenant, that Jesus rose from the dead and sits on the right hand of God, making intercession for his people.

6 Comments:

  1. Rodney Olsen said...
    I’ve just been chatting to Dr Ross Clifford. Principal of Morling College in New South Wales and current President of the Baptist Union of Australia, on my radio programme. We had a good chat about the ‘new discovery’.

    I’ve put a link to our chat on my blog. http://www.rodneyolsen.net/2007/02/putting-jesus-in-box.html
    Rachelle said...
    Yes, Christianity has survived 20 centuries of people trying to discredit it so I think you're right, it will survive this round, too. I do find it heartening that our most basic tenets, like the resurrection, are so compelling and powerful that people out there are working really hard to try and debunk them!
    Pamela said...
    can you imagine the fruefrah if he'd said he'd found the bones of "he who must not be named" or drawn pictures ofhnmmmmm.
    Armen said...
    What is all this "I THINK Christianity will survive this..." talk??

    It WILL - no doubt about it!

    I know you all probably do 'know' but I thought I better clarify it.

    God bless!
    michele said...
    It's called sarcasm.
    Moonshadow said...
    Christianity has survived 20 centuries

    A generous estimate, according to some.

    However, I, for one, agree with you!

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