|Reed questions Jesus tomb find||
|Posted March 16, 2007|
It is believed by many that 2,000 years ago in first century Jerusalem, Jesus of Nazarene was crucified by the Romans. Gospels claim that he was buried in a tomb and two days later, Mary Magdalene, one of his closest disciples found the tomb empty.
On March 4, “The Lost Tomb of Jesus,” produced by Academy Award winner James Cameron, premiered on the Discovery Channel and offered what some believe to be evidence that Jesus’ disciples took his body to give him a permanent burial. The body would be left for one year and then his family and disciples would return for the final burial of his bones in the family tomb.
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