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Church to Hold Discussion on Jesus Tomb Find
04/09/2007

A talk is scheduled for tomorrow at a Brewton, Alabama church in order to discuss the controversial findings presented during the Jesus tomb documentary that aired last month on the Discovery Channel.

The discussion, which will be held on April 11 at the First United Methodist Church of Brewton, will explore what according to pastor Dr. Ed Glaize are the documentary’s inaccuracies with regard to Biblical truth.

Featured in the talk will be a presentation by Dr. Jason Borders, associate professor of Biblical Studies at Huntingdon College. Borders’ presentation will not only examine what he perceives to be errors in the findings made by the Jesus tomb team in the Lost Tomb of Jesus documentary, which includes director, producer and writer Simcha Jacobovici and author Charles Pellegrino—who co-wrote the book of the same title—but also what he feels is the erroneous methodology used by the team in their research. Dr. Borders holds a PhD in New Testament and Biblical Studies from Brunel University/London School of Theology.

“The average lay person may not know the difference between what is truth and what is myth when it is presented in the way ‘The Tomb of Jesus' laid out the supposed facts,” Glaize stated. “Dr. Borders is coming to help us sort out these things and to get beyond all of the hype.”

Tomorrow’s discussion is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Source: The Brewton Standard

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