‘Jesus Discovery:’ Jerusalem Archeology Reveals Birth Of Christianity

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Jonah And The Whale Jesus Discovery

First Posted: 02/28/2012 7:27 am Updated: 02/28/2012 12:04 pm

 
The following is an excerpt by James D. Tabor and Simcha Jacobovici, authors of The Jesus Discovery: The New Archaeological Find That Reveals the Birth of Christianity

On the morning of Tuesday, June 29, 2010, outside the Old City of Jerusalem, we made an unprecedented archaeological discovery related to Jesus and early Christianity. This discovery adds significantly to our understanding of Jesus, his earliest followers, and the birth of Christianity. In this book we reveal reliable archaeological evidence that is directly connected to Jesus’ first followers, those who knew him personally and to Jesus himself. The discovery provides the earliest archaeological evidence of faith in Jesus’ resurrection from the dead, the first witness to a saying of Jesus that predates even the writing of our New Testament gospels, and the earliest example of Christian art, all found in a sealed tomb dated to the 1st century CE.

We refer to this tomb as the Patio tomb, since it is now located beneath an apartment patio, eight feet under the basement of a condominium complex. Such juxtapositions of modernity and antiquity are not unusual in Jerusalem, where construction must often be halted to rescue and excavate tombs from ancient times. The Patio tomb was first uncovered by construction work in 1981 in East Talpiot, a suburb of Jerusalem less than two miles south of the Old City.

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I also suggest the reader visit www.tombofjesus.com for a more plausible theory on the life of Jesus

 

Categories: CHRISTIANITY, Israel, Judaism

2 replies

  1. Why do you believe that the site http://www.tombofjesus.com offers a more plausible theory on the life of Jesus? Is it because according to the Muslim faith Jesus supposedly escaped crucifixion with the help of his apostles or angels or was it because some Muslims believe that he was immortal and therefore was not crucified to death or like some Muslims do you believe that the crucifixion never occurred at all?

    I am interested in your position on this and I am not meaning to be rude. I am just curious as to your thoughts on the issue.

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