The Tomb of Jesus

August 07, 2007

You have no doubt heard reports in the media (for some time) about the claim that the tomb of Jesus has been found. Channel 10 in Sydney screened a documentary on the 5th August (yesterday) which was originally seen on the Discovery Channel. CASE featured an article on this topic in CASE magazine #11 that was distributed to Associates in July. In this piece Professor Richard Bauckham (University of St Andrews, Scotland) provides a response to the claims of the documentary. Christians will find this helpful. It might also be worth sharing with non-Christians who question you about the supposed tomb and what it means. Read Professor Bauckman's article and distribute it to friends who might find it interesting.

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