Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Examining the 'Jesus Tomb' Evidence

Not suprisingly, Cameron's sources come up short. Head over to Real Clear Politics for an in-depth look at the sources used for Sunday night's documentary. For the record, no, I didn't watch. I was out having dinner with my family.

[HT: John at Verum Serum]

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Blogger Seven Star Hand said...

Christians again prove many are unabashed enemies of the truth

Hello Coop and all,

After finally watching the Jesus Tomb documentary and the hour of critical look "debates" following it, I am left with the sad conclusion that a large percentage of Christians will always oppose the truth, regardless of how it is presented. It has been amazing to watch people who regularly oppose critical thought and science hypocritically assert that critical thought and science supports so-called "biblical evidence" in their efforts to debunk this archeological find and associated theories.

Reflect upon the fact that Christian leaders are howling about the truth of this archaeological find and associated theories, but are steadfastly and unabashedly opposed to having to prove the truth about the many dubious assertions and contradictions throughout the New Testament and Christianity. Many of these same people have the gall to complain about "theatrics" used to present these findings, as if Christianity has never turned a profit or stooped to even slicker and far more dubious methods pushing their stories and historical interpretations. It is rank hypocrisy for Christians to attack the presentation of this documentary as unbalanced when Christian history and current activities fall far short of what they are demanding in this situation. People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, because what goes around comes around.

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4:59 PM  
Blogger Coop said...

You know, you could actually try reading the Bible and doing some research into church history before you make claims like this. Did you even read the links I posted?

7:08 PM  

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