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Features 80 minutes of exclusive bonus materials including:
Interviews with executive producer James Cameron and director Simcha Jacobovici
Expert Interviews: The Discovery 1980, Judeo Christians, The Early Christian Cluster of Evidence, The Sign of the Cross, The Chevron Symbol, Mariamne
The Recreations: Behind the Scenes
The Lost Tomb of Jesus Epilogue featuring James Cameron and Simcha Jacobovici
Simcha inside Talpoit Tomb - Examining Burial Niche
Collecting samples for DNA & Patina test from Jesus and Mariamne Ossuaries
Mary Magdalene-Mariamene Ossuary Side
Opening of Talpoit tomb
Recreations - Jesus & Mary Magdalene
Recreations - Jesus' family and followers grieve, skeleton is prepared for ossuary
Recreations - Jesus preaches in market
Recreations - Mary Magdalene
Recreations - Mother Mary & Mary Magdalene morn Jesus' death
Recreations - Simcha directing Jesus
It is very well put together and I find very interesting and thought provoking.
Jacobovici and company make a good argument in accordance with the findings that it is "Jesus Christ" and his family entombed in this tomb.
This movie was well worth the watch as it really makes you think about the things you were told.
Archaeology can hardly get more exciting and controversial than this.
Unfortunately, when some people react to new ideas as if they were a personal attack on their... Read more
The James Ossuary was found to be real in a court of law and Simon Gibson later said the James Ossuary could not be the missing ossuary but the court ruling confirms that it indeed... Read morePublished 2 months ago by raven enterprises
Great presentation on a discovery I hadn't heard about before. I found it thought provoking! Go online after watching and find further evidence not included in the movie... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Craig Schomp
This discovery catches way too much flack from naysayers. I don't know what they want, but if these names are SOOOOOO common, how many tombs have all these people in them? Read morePublished 2 months ago by Midnight
This was very special and very real despite the negative critics; gives all of us cause and pause to use our power
of cognition! Thanks!
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|Can this be for real?||
Well, caution needs to be taken when dealing with findings of biblical artifacts.Take a look at he book Unholy Business and listen to an interview with the author, a journalist who has good grasp on research. It seems that there is a lot of excitement when the promising finds are unearthed, but... Read More
Jul 21, 2009 by Oposum in the Garden | See all 4 posts
|Christianity could not have survived an identifiable tomb.||
The proof is in the tomb findings....science doesn't lie....legends do....
Apr 10, 2009 by Lorraine M. Black | See all 4 posts
|Christianity could not have survived an identifiable tomb.||Be the first to reply|