Monday, February 26, 2007

Jesus will not be debunked!

Matt Lauer, host of The Today Show, had what he called an exclusive ‘that could rock Christianity to it’s core’. His co-host, Meredith Vieria, interviewed James Cameron about his new documentary called ‘The Lost Tomb of Jesus’ to be aired on The Discovery Channel on Sunday at 9ET/8CT PM.

Matt Lauer: "Also ahead we're gonna talk about a discovery that if it's true it could rock the world. Did this 2000 year-old tomb in Jerusalem once hold the bones of Jesus and his family including a son? A new book and a documentary from Oscar-winning director James Cameron traces an archeological find that could change everything we know about Jesus, Mary and Mary Magdalene."
This tomb was first discovered 27 years ago. So, that news isn’t anything new. It is just that the claim it is the tomb of Jesus, and possibly his marriage to Mary Magdalene and that he could have had a son is very new!

First of all, how could the ‘bones’ of Jesus have been found when the Bible clearly states the tomb where he was laid was empty the third day? Even the linen that he was wrapped in was found in the tomb.

As one comment said: “I'm not one for conspiracy theories either. However, as a Christian I don't merely see uncoordinated attacks from various immoral elements. I see them each - individually - as an attack from someone who is coordinating them.”

Ephesians 6:12, "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."

I believe, until the end of time, until the return of Jesus to catch away the saints, there will be people trying to debunk the facts of the Biblical Christ that we have grown to know through His Word.

John 8:32, "And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."

HT: Ten Reasons Why The Jesus Tomb Claim is Bogus

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2 Comments:

Marie said...

I found some cheese in my fridge. Maybe I'll call Good Morning America so they can interview me all about it. I think it's from the moon.

Lyn Perry said...

Another blog that is debunking the bones of Jesus is Stand to Reason...
http://str.typepad.com/weblog/2007/02/whos_writing_th.html
That's a link to the author Paul Maier's response to the issue - he wrote a fiction "what if" thriller about 10 years ago on this very topic and now life is imitating art! :-) Have a great day. Lyn

PS - I'm not back at Bloggin' Outloud, but do have my Thought Renewal blog up and moving. Pop by and say hi! lgp