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Antonio Lombatti with Further Observations on Tabor’s Claims

Antonio has posted a photo of the ossuary in question and in his estimation it’s an amphora on it and not a fish! In a post titled ‘Never Seen a Fish Depicted Upside Down‘- I had already expressed my skepticism on the … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Cargill on the Real Motive of Jacobovici and Tabor: Money

Robert writes, This is nothing more than a coordinated press release to sell a book and promote a forthcoming documentary. There is no new discovery here; this has been known for years. REMEMBER: don’t watch what Simcha says – you know he’s … Continue reading

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Lombatti on Tabor and Jacobovici’s Fishy Claim

Antonio, as always, has frank insight into the ‘fish carving’ recently ‘discovered’ by Simcha and James in connection to the ‘Jesus family tomb’:  The image found by Jacobovici et al. is not unique at all. Similar representaions have been found … Continue reading

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Tabor Tries Again to Sell the ‘Jesus Family Tomb’ Tale…

And he’s added a big fish and the story of Jonah to the mix just to spice it up: Using a remote-controlled camera on the end of a robotic arm, investigators have found what could be the earliest evidence of … Continue reading

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