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