A movement is afoot to ditch the term “Jonah ossuary” which reflects an interpretation that most do not find plausible, and substitute another nickname, such as the “amphora ossuary” or, if that isn’t catchy enough, the “handled fish ossuary.”
Mark Goodacre lists the top ten problems with the claims being made about the ossuary and the inscription on it. James Tabor responded. The Duke Chronicle has an interview with Mark Goodacre and Eric Meyers about the subject.
Antonio Lombatti, John Byron, Ken Schenck, Jim West (several times), Jim Davila, Joel Watts, Sharon Hill, and others have also commented on this topic (or shared images on Pinterest). And if you haven’t seen it yet, last but not least, here is a second video that Bob Cargill shared yesterday: