• United States
4 Mar 07
How do you think they were able to keep his body there than? The Jewish people that were pissed would have stolen it right away. Even if you think that Jesus wasn't the Mesiah, and that he was just a normal person. His body still wouldn't have been kept there. Someone would of stolen it.
8 Mar 07
After james Cameron made the documentary the archaeologists that worked at the actual site came out and said it's not based on facts but on supositions. I mean what are their proofs anyway? Statistics? Who uses statistics to take something for certain? DNA? After 2000 years? Who can guarantee they actually found a relative of Jesus not to mention that in 2000 years the gene pool can get a little messy if you ask me (a lot of people can get related in that amount of time :) ). Not to mention the fact that the actual place where Jesus was buried is known, people go visit there by the thousands, and it's nowhere near the place where those graves were found. Not to mention that the archaeologists also say that the tomb they found is the one of a wealthy family not of the family of an carpenter. Oh and last but not least have you seen the engraved names? they're a little more that scratches. They can be interpreted practically in many ways. So no, I don't think the body of Jesus was found :)
8 Mar 07
I am in Romania too and I also want to see the film. It will probably be broadcast on Discovery sometime as they already broadcast in in the US. I don't know about what you said about the people who wrote the Bible, I must admit I always thought that the first four books were written by the apostles who definitely knew Jesus. And the Revelation too was written by John. But that's just what I know and I may be wrong.