Thursday, April 25, 2013

Revisiting the Talpiot Tomb

Back in March, James Tabor, Christopher Rollston and I spoke at the SECSOR (Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion) meeting in Greenville, SC, on the topic of The Jesus Discovery:  The New Archaeological Find that Reveals the Birth of Christianity by Simcha Jacobovici and James Tabor.  Bible and Interpretation is now publishing, over the next several days, our papers from that session, beginning today with the following:

James Tabor 

Christopher Rollston's and my papers are to follow over the next couple of days.

1 comment:

Stephen Goranson said...

Jim's article is, not surprisingy, mostly reiteration, but page 19 has some news: "Beyond posts and comments on various blogs and web sites the only two peer-reviewed
published articles I have seen dealing with our iconic image are by Prof. Peter Lampe and Prof.
William Tabbernee respectively,
both of whom support
our “Jonah” interpretation.34"
I will be interested to read those. I can understand why blog comments were excluded, so Prof. Robin Jensen's comments can be bypassed. Even though, in a manner of speaking, she once swallowed the Jonah identification, and later spat it out.