The ‘Jesus Discovery’, Scholarly Rejoinders, and A One Stop Shop for Them

As I mentioned earlier the ASOR blog is already hosting responses to the claims being made by the ‘Jesus Discovery’ people (Tabor and Jacobovici).  ASOR is willing, able, and happy to host postings by academic biblical scholars and archaeologists who would like to add their voices to the chorus.

Might I humbly suggest that if you have a post on the topic that you consider sending it to Andy Vaughn and he can get it uploaded on the ASOR site in swift order.  That way all the postings can be located at one site and the media can be directed there.

Andy’s email is  I’ll be sending (and have already done so) media contacts there.  I’ve also made the same recommendation privately to other leading bibliobloggers.  I hope we’ll all ‘pull together’ and show the interested public that when it comes to pseudo-archaeology, we’re all together against it and against the harm it’s doing to our field.

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I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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2 Responses to The ‘Jesus Discovery’, Scholarly Rejoinders, and A One Stop Shop for Them

  1. Let us suggest that you can post your comments here also after reading the article .

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