Jesus “Tomb” Controversy

From Time.com: Jesus ‘Tomb’ Controversy Reopened

The debate over Jesus’s supposed tomb will probably rage for years to come. But the conference attendees voted unanimously that the tomb, now sealed over with concrete in the garden of a suburban apartment building, should be reopened and examined more carefully. “I feel vindicated,” Jacobovici told TIME. “It’s moved from ‘it can’t be the Jesus’ family tomb’ to ‘it could be.’ “

The possible tomb of Jesus is in a garden of an apartment building. Interesting. So, in a world where people will seek a piece of grilled cheese or a rust pattern image of the Virgin Mary or Jesus, this sits in a garden covered with concrete.

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  • Reply Quinn March 23, 2012 at 12:48 pm

    They found Jesus’ Tomb, Crucifixion site and the Ark of the Covenant at the base of Skull Mountain.

  • Reply Kevin December 11, 2012 at 7:42 am

    They found the Ark of the Covenant; Christ tomb, Crucifixion site and the Ark of the Covenant found buried under a trash pile at the foot of Skull Mountain.

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