Skip to comments.I've found the coffin of Jesus, says film director
Posted on 02/26/2007 12:47:38 PM PST by Anti-Bubba182
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>> >> the wrath of the mortals he risks upsetting.
>> Ain't upsetting me. Hardly worth getting upset about
I'm sure the junk Cameron is putting out will find its way to the ears of younglings who certainly don't need another major crisis to keep them up at night.
Thanks for that timely information.
Same director who searched the globe for the Lost Tribes in Tunis, India, Pushtan, etc.
He also had a series called the Naked Archeologist which was way, way overproduced.
I have no idea if he believes this or if it's just a dog and pony show, but the premise is absurd.
Somebody should ask Mr. Cameron "why seek the living among the dead".
Oh yeah. A film crew knows a lot more about archeology than an archeologist. :::rolls eyes:::
Saw a guy on tv tonight (perhaps on Glenn Beck) who said that the James Ossuary was probably not a fake and was being reexamined. Not that I believe it, (and not that it matters a whit to my faith) but I thought it was interesting that when it was brought up, he immediately said it was probably not a fake.
Also, Jesus is a form of Joshua, which must have ben a popular Jewish name.
I can go you one better. I actually married Jesus. We have two kids. There you go. Christianity must be a farce.
Someone should claim to have found Jesus' cross. That would bring on a larger crowd and more hype.
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Right next to where I found Bill Clinton's monogamy.
The coffins found were named common names that the guy translated into Jesus. There is a thing about Jesus name in Hebrew that is quite commonly known today, that if you pronounce it Yeshau it is a common name like George. However if you pronounce it Yeshaua it is the word Salvation. Vowels are normally not printed in Hebrew, but the U is printed. A is not.
To this day, the Orthodox Jews who deny that Jesus is the Messiah pronounce his name as Yeshau. Yesh-you. But his name was Yesh-you-ah. The priest is ignoring the commonly known issue over here and deliberately translating the name incorrectly because the teaching that Jesus was not God, but a man who fooled everyone and got married and had a son is the foundation of Masonry, and is the foundation of his faith.
His faith is not in God, but in his power gained through "secret" knowledge, which is both translate as "occult science" or in my dictionary "BS".
That's nothing. Jesus cuts my grass.
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