Die, vampire theory, DIE!!!!!
Dr. James Tabor has once again doubled down on his theory, shared by his Jesus Discovery co-author, Mr. Simcha Jacobovici, that Ossuary 6 discovered in a tomb in Jerusalem is covered in fish.
First, Dr. Tabor uses the straw man argument of “well, those who interpreted the object as a nephesh pillar have gone silent,” and therefore he (Dr. Tabor) must be correct. This logic, however, fails to take into account a number of possibilities including, but not limited to:
- They’ve made their analysis and they’ve moved on. They may still stand by their analysis, and they may not.
- They’ve followed the scientific paradigm of presenting their own theory, and then allowing other scholars present other theories, and they are now…
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