Israeli Court Finds No Evidence 'Lost Tomb Of Jesus' Is A Fraud

Source: The Huffington Post

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Posted: 06/10/2015

An Israeli court has ruled that a claimed “lost tomb of Jesus” described in a 2007 documentary by the same name is not a fraud, reviving a debate over Jesus’ life and death.

The documentary, produced by James Cameron and written by Israeli-born filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici, contends there’s evidence that Jesus had been married to Mary Magdalene and that they had children. As evidence, the film points to a tomb discovered in the East Talpiot neighborhood of East Jerusalem in 1980 that contained ossuaries — small chests that held the bones of the dead — with inscriptions that read “Jesus son of Joseph,” “Mary,” “Judah son of Jesus” and other names of New Testament figures.

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