Re: [ANE-2] Re: Book review of the Talpiot tomb- a must read
- Do you mean that after 70 there would be too few people who would remember or have access to Talpiot? Or, do you have another meaning in mind?
Thanks for the response,
J. Phillip Arnold, Ph.D.
The Reunion Institute
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From: George F Somsel
Sent: Sunday, July 01, 2007 8:07 AM
Subject: Re: [ANE-2] Re: Book review of the Talpiot tomb- a must read
That, of course, depends upon the date and the provenance of the gospel. It has been proposed that the date was subsequent to the fall of Jerusalem and somewhat later. In such case, there would not be a problem with portraying Peter as making such a speech in the vicinity of Talpiot whether or not Jesus had been buried there.
- My review: http://www.bookreviews.org/pdf/4277_4249.pdf
Niels Peter Lemche
Fra: ANEfirstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:ANEemail@example.com] På vegne af Jim West
Sendt: 5. juli 2007 00:12
Emne: [ANE-2] Re: life after death stuff
Alan Segal's "Life After Death" deals with all the issues that have been
discussed in this thread of another name. If someone has already
mentioned Segal I apologize for repeating it- but if his work has been
mentioned list folk really should give it a read.
> I would like to find clear ancient references to a spiritual resurrection, and am not convinced that the Pauline writings are sufficiently clearly in support of a spiritual resurrection.--
Jim West, ThD
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