I’m watching “The Jesus Tomb” documentary, and there are about 20 minutes left until it is over. I have to say that there are holes all through this thing, and you don’t have to be a specialist in historical Jesus studies to see them. I think that is why the Discovery Channel put a disclaimer at the beginning of the program and have contracted Ted Koppel to do a cross-examination when it is finished.
The conclusions being drawn in the documentary do not follow from the facts that they have laid out. The non-sequitors are too numerous to count. One this is for sure, this is a pretty hokey documentary. I think it’s going to get throttled in the Koppel special to follow.
[See my updated list of biblical scholars who are disputing the claims of “The Jesus Tomb.”]
Are you suggesting that ONLY theories that can be proven absolutely without holes or “big ifs” should be discussed? What does that do to 99.9% of Christian doctrine? All theories/doctrines/beliefs have holes and “big ifs”. The holes are a requirement for faith.
the lost tomb of Jesus