The Lost Tomb of Jesus

Sunday 9:00 PM on Discovery Channel Premiered Mar 04, 2007 Special


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From executive producer James Cameron and director Simcha Jacobovici comes a Discovery Channel documentary about the possible final resting place of Jesus of Nazareth and his family. Scientific analysis of recently discovered Limestone Ossuaries in Talpiot, Jerusalem indicate that they may contain the remains of Jesus, son of Joseph.
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  • What if it is true?

    This excting and interesting documentary claims that arciologists might have found not only the tomb of Jesus Christ himself, but also that of his family, including his wife, Mary Magdalane, and their son. If these claims are facts, they could become the biggest scientific threat to Christianity since evolution, and they could serve as fodder for a non-Christian's argument that the Rescurrection of Jesus was nothing but a myth or metiphor, and that it never actually happened. It is expected that Christian scholars will claim that this is nothing but a publicity stunt by James Cameron, who is directing it, what I suggest you watch the show, and draw your own conclusions.moreless
  • Could this be true?

    well, personally I don't think this is true but I just love anything that has to do with controversy or religion, I think that this tomb did reference to Jesus but I think they did it to make it seem like it was him but it was really just a hoax. I believe that this does reference to Jesus because if you look at the website it has all pages about it and if you look deeper you can see what the inscriptions on the stones are, They surprised me so much! one said Jesus Son Of Joseph, and all the others were related to his relatives, it was just so cool to look at. I cant wait to watch this show it looks really good!moreless
  • © 2007 Clark Jones / AP / Discovery Channel
  • © 2007 Clark Jones / AP / Discovery Channel
  • © 2007 Clark Jones / AP / Discovery Channel
  • © 2007 Clark Jones / AP / Discovery Channel

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