Friday, April 1, 2011

Bet The Picture Reminds You Of The Flintstones

Chris Lehmann:
British archaeologists are seeking to authenticate what could be a landmark discovery in the documentation of early Christianity: a trove of 70 lead codices that appear to date from the 1st century CE, which may include key clues to the last days of Jesus' life. As UK Daily Mail reporter Fiona Macrae writes, some researchers are suggesting this could be the most significant find in Christian archeology since the Dead Sea scrolls in 1947.
Hat tip to Suzy Hardy

1 comment:

J.C. Marrero said...

This is so exciting. I just hope that we are not left hanging as to authenticity and content forever. If these tablets were written by contemporaries of Christ, there is no limit to the impact these "documents" may have. I hope that any revelations will be supportive of our faith in Christ's Rising. I am still intrigued by the Shroud of Turin, but the "evidence" has always been contradictory and I do not know what to think of it anymore.