It’s a Big Day, Archaeologically Speaking: They’ve Found Jesus’ Last Will and Testament in Bethlehem…

An archaeologist has scored the discovery of a lifetime, unearthing a tattered, faded parchment that experts have certified as the last will and testament of Jesus Christ. “It’s absolutely genuine,” affirms Dr. Qustandi Shomali, Director of Bethlehem University’s Department of Ancient History, and one of the world’s foremost experts in historical artifact authentication. “We have positively identified both Jesus’ handwriting and the parchment paper itself through radio carbon dating processes.”

Via Antonio.  Oh Antonio, Antonio, Antonio…  [Yes, I’m putting all the blame on him even though he didn’t write the piece].

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6 Responses to It’s a Big Day, Archaeologically Speaking: They’ve Found Jesus’ Last Will and Testament in Bethlehem…

  1. doug says:

    Jim, its not April Fools Day.

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  2. John C. Poirier says:

    This nugget is going to make Simcha Jacobivici jealous.

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  3. Jesus’ handwriting was obviously proven when this document was compared to remnants of his cheque book, which was Dr. Shomali’s original goal.

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  4. I hope you’re not going to be one of those dreadful nay-sayers again, Jim!

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