Saturday, July 5, 2008

Biblical Stone Story Causing a Stir on the Internet

There is a story circulating around the Internet right now:

"Biblical stone causes stir reevaluation of Jesus story"

I have not found any more information on this story other than it appears to have originated on The Drudge Report.

However there appears to be an insinuation that there is some historical stone that was found that sheds light on the historical man known today as Jesus the Christ. Regardless on whether this stone or what it facts it supposedly contains on this issue: I do have a living eyewitness to the real Jesus the Christ.

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It appears the Drudge Report was referencing a New York Times story about a 3 foot tall stone tablet that contains 87 lines of Hebrew that speaks about a messiah who will rise from the dead after 3 days. The stone tablet was supposedly found 10 years ago, but because it was a slow news day, the New York Times decided to print this story.

Sounds like another archeological find that confirms the Book of Isiah to me.

A three-foot-tall tablet with 87 lines of Hebrew that scholars believe dates from the decades just before the birth of Jesus is causing a quiet stir in biblical and archaeological circles, especially because it may speak of a messiah who will rise from the dead after three days.


Alan said...

Find more on this from the author of a paper on the biblical stone deciphering the ancient Hebrew fragments at - Israel Knohl

Ben Abba said...

Thanks Alan for the comment!

A more direct link to the article that you cited is HERE.