Zwinglius Redivivus

"Curse gossips and the deceitful for they have destroyed many who were at peace." Sir 28.13

Michael Heiser on the ‘Jesus Discovery’

Seems Michael has about as much patience with pseudo-scholarship and pseudo-archaeology as the rest of us (or most of us anyway).

$imcha Jacobovici has busy. And amazingly, Easter is just around the corner (again). Oh, the irony.

The man who brought us the error-plagued Jesus family tomb, then the nails from the cross, now claims that he has found a tomb which held the remains of at least some of the disciples of Jesus. Granted, the article at the link is just a preliminary news leak to garner interest for an upcoming press conference where the world will get to see what $imcha has discovered.  Still, this announcement isn’t encouraging.

Read the rest.  Unlike Michael’s concluding sentiments, I think Tabor is neck deep in all this with Simcha and has already sullied his reputation.  Sadly.

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Written by Jim

February 28, 2012 at 10:44

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  1. Tabor has just published an article where he outlines his case:

    http://bibleinterp.com/PDFs/Tabor2.pdf

    Erlend

    February 28, 2012 at 11:44

    • saw it-

      The ASOR Blog is hosting rejoinders to the ‘discovery’ which all those interested in the subject should read-

      http://asorblog.org/

      Jim

      February 28, 2012 at 11:50

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