Wednesday, April 08, 2009

The Jesus Tomb Unmasked

I have received early word that Expedition Bible has just released The Jesus Tomb Unmasked.  As you might expect from the title, this film reveals many of the falsehoodsunmasked and distortions that were part of the recent sensational “discovery” of the burial place of Jesus, his wife, and his child in Talpiot, south of ancient Jerusalem.

The DVD can be purchased from Amazon for $7 (free shipping) and/or watched for free online.  You can also view a trailer.  The movie features some great footage and interviews with a number of knowledgeable scholars in Jerusalem, including Shimon Gibson, Stephen Pfann, and others.  This movie deserves a much wider circulation than the $3 million production that this one refutes.

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4 Comments:

  • This documentary has the merity to show some manipulations of the "Jesus Tomb", but his constant insistence to deny everything is quite suspicious and not serious. It´s something that I can name as an non-scientific ultra-skepticism.

    The apologetic proposal of the documentary´s project site corroborates to this conclusion. They don´t care about the real truth of the facts and the research at all.

    It´s a pity.

    By Blogger Flávio Souza, at Fri Apr 10, 01:26:00 PM  

  • The "Expedition Bible" links to the Mormon church and has other "interesting" DVD's for offer. Just sign up for the Expedition Bible email and you'll see. FYI.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Mon Apr 13, 05:27:00 AM  

  • Anonymous - the Expedition Bible crew has previously made DVDs that contrast Mormonism with true Christian faith. You can read more about them, and watch one of their previous movies, on this blog:
    http://pleaseconvinceme.blogspot.com/2009/04/jesus-tomb-unmasked.html

    By Blogger Todd Bolen, at Mon Apr 13, 07:16:00 AM  

  • Your right Todd, they do preach the true Christian faith. I just received the DVD and its well worth watching - and supporting.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sat Apr 25, 01:11:00 AM  

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