Early Information about and Initial Reactions to The Jesus Discovery

Several blogs and other online venues have more information about the book The Jesus Discovery and what it is that that book has to say about possibly Christian ossuaries found in the Talpiot neighborhood of Jerusalem, near the “Talpiot Tomb” that made headlines a few years ago. Let me mention a few of them:

James Tabor has a report with photos about the discovered ossuaries in The Bible and Interpretation. There is also a press release from UNC Charlotte.

On the ASOR blog, Christopher Rollston offers an epigrapher’s perspective, in brief and in detail; and Eric Meyers and Jodi Magness also have reviews.

Bob CargillMark Goodacre, Stephen Smuts, the Bible Places Blog, Jim West, Mike Heiser, Antonio Lambotti, and others also mention it.

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  • Interesting.  I always adopt a wait and see attitude with brand new finds. 🙂