An Open Letter to Robert Deutsch

Dear Robert,

I appreciated your comment the other day and I’d like to follow it up if I might, with something of a direct question to you.

Since the ‘trial of the century’ is over and you’re free to express your views on the matter, I would be very interested in your answers to the following:

1- Do you think that the inscription on the ossuary is genuine?

2- Do you think that the latter half of the inscription is from the same hand as the first part?

3- Do you think the patina in the latter half of the inscription is manufactured or authentic?

With many thanks in advance for any response,

I remain cordially yours,

Jim

Should Robert deign to respond, I’ll post it unedited and in its entirety.

About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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2 Responses to An Open Letter to Robert Deutsch

  1. Jim Jim

    You are ignoring the content of my previous comment, therefore I will repeat it:
    I never examined the Ossuary. I need exactly 30 seconds to check the inscription (with my magnifying glass) in order to answer your questions.

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