All they have to do to establish paternity is to get some DNA from his Father. I'd love to see that process.
Obviously, none of us has seen it, so I will watch and judge the conclusions for myself, but...
From what I have read, here are things that I already question:
This tomb was discovered almost 30 years ago, and I'm suspicious that all of a sudden it's big news. If this is really so remarkable then I think we would have heard something sooner.
The inscriptions are in different languages.
They claim it's Mary Magdalene but that's not what the inscriptions says. It uses the form of Mary used to refer to Magdalene, and then tack on this 'e Mara' (the Master) which depicts a whole other side to Mary than depicted in the Bible, and it's just too convenient.
I'm suspicious of an ossuary that gives a Title to a female unless they can show plenty of other evidence of female's being identified in tombs with Titles.
Jose is not identified as the son of Josef on the ossuaries and neither is Mattiu, but Jesus is and so is Yaaqov. So, why assume that they were all brothers, when only 2 ossuaries indicate siblings.
Apparently they haven't done DNA testing on all the remains, so I just don't see what they think they have that proves anything. Other than the remains of Jesus and the remains of Mariamene supposedly show that they are not related, and I guess you might assume that Mariamene was the wife of somebody in that tomb.
They guy who managed the excavation of this site says 'nothing to see here' meaning he doesn't see any significance to the cluster of names, and says this tomb is a middle class family from Jerusalem, not a family from Galilee.
The hype of this discovery obviously is gonna receive backlash from Christians, but it's gonna get even harher remarks from people who might have an open mind because the claims they are making in advertising this are extremely misleading.
It's gonna fall on its face like that Discovery Channel's most recent Al Capone Vault documentary they did which hyped the discovery of the real Atlantis. How many of you were taken along for that 2-hour ride to nowhere?
I had the same thought when this event first came up, but I bit my tongue because I despise three pages of scripture quotations as "argument".
I can separate my faith (still healthy and strong) from scientific discussions.
Ain't going to happen. These people don't have a snowballs chance in hell of making it to Heaven. (Wait, was that confusing?)