Sunday, December 5, 2010

The Lost Tomb of Jesus

Since the 1970’s hundreds of tombs have been discovered in the Jerusalem area containing ossuaries. One tomb, in particular, was found containing ten ossuaries. Some of the ossuaries had inscriptions with all of the inscriptions pertaining to the Gospel. In a documentary The Lost Tomb of Jesus the case is made that “ the 2,000-year-old ‘Tomb of Ten Ossuaries’ belonged to the family of Jesus of Nazareth.” Leading epigraphers all acknowledge the inscriptions and archeologists confirm the truth of the find. A statistical study establishes that the probability is 600 to 1 that these names would wind up all in the same tomb and not be related to Jesus of Nazareth. Also DNA examination on some human residue in one of the ossuaries uncovers new evidence that might show a relationship between Jesus of Nazareth and The Maculate Conception, Mary Magdalene.

Presley S Period 7

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