James Cameron finds Jesus

… or at least he claims to not only have found Jesus’s grave, but also the graves of Jesus’s whole family.

Scholars don’t believe him, Kobayashi Maru, Eric, The Anchoress and Steve are posting about it.

Apparently Cameron thinks that finding

10 ancient ossuaries – small caskets used to store bones – discovered in a suburb of Jerusalem in 1980

is evidence, because

One of the caskets even bears the title, “Judah, son of Jesus,” hinting that Jesus may have had a son

All I can say is, if the name Jesus was anywhere near as common in Judea 2,000 years ago as it is today in Spanish-speaking countries (and the Phillipines – I knew a Philipino named Jesus), Cameron’s got his work cut out for him.

Heck, even The Dude found Jesus at the bowling alley:

More at PowersPoint, via Jeremayakovka

Update, Wednesday 28 February: What did I tell you?

Other archeologists note that the names listed by the documentarians were the most common names in use at the time for Jerusalem.


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One Response to “James Cameron finds Jesus”

  1. Dan Marvin Says:

    Don’t forget his last adventure trying to disprove the Bible here

    Sad to know the ones who believe it will perish with James Cameron.