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15 Scholars Protest “Vindication” Claim

01/23 | Back to “Jesus Tomb” Controversy Erupts—Again

The Talpiot Tomb Controversy Revisited

A firestorm has broken out in Jerusalem following the conclusion of the “Third Princeton Theological Seminary Symposium on Jewish Views of   Read more…

No Support Whatever

01/23 | Back to “Jesus Tomb” Controversy Erupts—Again

Geza Vermes, Fellow of the British Academy, Professor Emeritus of Jewish Studies, Oxford University

The evidence so far advanced falls far short of proving that the   Read more…

It Could Be the Tomb

01/23 | Back to “Jesus Tomb” Controversy Erupts—Again

James Tabor, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

1. There was no official “conclusion” made by the participants, nor were any polls taken, other than the   Read more…

Deliberate Misrepresentation?

01/23 | Back to “Jesus Tomb” Controversy Erupts—Again

The day before the symposium opened I was sent by one of Tabor’s supporters in the US a memo composed by Tabor in which he   Read more…

April DeConick Responds to the Conference Participants’ Letter

01/22 | Back to “Jesus Tomb” Controversy Erupts—Again

The Tomb that Won’t Close: More Reflections on the Talpiot Conference

Prof. April DeConick, Rice University

Some have asked my opinion of the Duke letter that is   Read more…

Dubious Mary Magdalene Identification

01/17 | Back to “Jesus Tomb” Controversy Erupts—Again

My Reflections on the Talpiot Tomb Princeton Theological Seminary Conference

Prof. April DeConick, Rice University

I flew back into Houston a few hours ago. Sorry that I   Read more…

The Vindication Claim

01/16 | Back to “Jesus Tomb” Controversy Erupts—Again

Princeton Conference Vindicates Associated Producers James Cameron and Simcha Jacobovici on “Lost Tomb of Jesus”

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL—(Marketwire – Jan. 16, 2008) – Late Wednesday, at the   Read more…

Eilat Mazar: The Family of Temech Has Returned Home

01/16 | Back to Seal Controversy: From Temech to Shlomit Introduction

According to the Book of Nehemiah, the Temech family, who served as “Nethinim,” or temple servants, were sent into the Babylonian exile   Read more…

Bernhard Anderson (1916–2007)

01/16 | Dr. Bernhard Word Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, passed away peacefully on December 26, 2007, at age 91. A noted educator, author, and biblical   Read more…

John Strugnell (1930–2007)

12/11 | John Strugnell, former editor-in-chief of the Dead Sea Scrolls project and Professor of Christian Origins emeritus at Harvard Divinity School, died on November 30 at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge,   Read more…


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