The Lost Tomb of Jesus

via Nayan published on March 1, 2007

The Discovery Channel’s “The Lost Tomb of Jesus,” which airs March 4 at 9 p.m. New York time, contends that an excavated Jerusalem tomb may have contained the remains of Jesus of Nazareth, Mary Magdalene, a son named Judah and other family members.

The show revisits a 1980 find known as the Talpiot tomb, whose contents have been in the news before, including a 1996 BBC documentary that also created something of a stir.

This presentation offers a few new wrinkles, including statistical analysis the show says all but proves the tomb contained members of Christianity’s first family.

Also new is DNA evidence taken from residue within the bone- bearing ossuaries (the actual remains were reburied soon after discovery) that, according to the show, strongly suggests Jesus and Mary were not only married but had a son named Judah.

This new “finding” challenges the very foundation of Christianity. This comes only months after the the discovery of  “The Lost Gospel of Judas”

After being lost for nearly 1,700 years, the Gospel of Judas was recently restored, authenticated, and translated.

To most Christians, Judas is seen as a traitor, the disciple who betrayed Jesus to the Romans for 30 pieces of silver. But as per the Gospel of Judas , Judas was Jesus’ best friend, asked by Jesus himself to betray his identity to fulfill the prophecy and liberate his soul to ascend to heaven.

So the Padris has a real explanation to do on this!

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