jordanamo wrote:[b]Quite ridiculous.[/b]
Here's another article detailing it a bit more,Jesus: Tales from the CryptI'm sure it'll be a pretty persuasive documentary. I will be tuning in to watch it. Jordan
Some people say that Jesus is dead! it's not true! I just talked to Him this morning, He's alive and well!
[url=http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?c=JPArticle&cid=1171894508893&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull] Amos Kloner, the archaeologist who discovered the site says, "...it's impossible. It's nonsense."[/url]Glad some sense has been brought to this in the Media. This guy has a good counter argument.Jordan
I know I'm preaching to the choir... but.1. The Jews of the first century after Jesus' death and resurrection claimed that his body had been stolen by the disciples. IE. The Jewish authorities backed up the fact that there was no body!2. Jesus was a carpenter in a poor village on the fringes of palestine... but he's got a nice tomb in the Capital big enough for nine of his closest friends.3. Isn't it almost Easter? It's time for the international anti-jesus documentary parade! (Having gotten a degree in history for a public university I have to say, that what's taught in public universities in the US to undergrad students is more biblically correct than what ends up on television! It's a sad state of affairs -even an athiest college professor gives Jesus a fairer shake than some supposed believers on these documentaries!)
unfortunetly christianity today is a easy target with all of the cotton candy theology going on out there today. if the church(as a whole) would get off of the health and wealth gospel and ground ourselves in the word of God, then maybe we wouldn't be the sitting duck we are.