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New Evidence Of Earliest Faith In Jesus’ Resurrection

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A new book by James De. Tabor and Simcha Jacobovici has unearthed new evidence in the belief of Jesus’ resurrection.  The two authors worked with geologists, archeologists, forensic anthropologists at a previously excavated tomb in Jersulam.  The tomb was made before 70ad at around the time of Jesus death.  They used a robotic camera to investigate the burial place and found something remarkable. The tomb contained bone boxes with an iconic Greek inscription.  Taken together the two constitute the earliest evidence of belief in the resurrection and Christianity.

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