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Lost tomb of Jesus film/seminar AKA- Amazing (Dis) Grace

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  • Joe Zias
    BAR is currently running an item (see below) on the Talpiot tomb controversy/seminar and readers can write in their comments. One of the comments listed below
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 7, 2008
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      BAR is currently running an item (see below) on the Talpiot tomb controversy/seminar and readers can write in their comments. One of the comments listed below was posted by Felix, one of the films co-producers working with Simcha J. Luckily someone at BAR noticed the name and added the fact that the writer was the co-producer and therefore directly involved. As far as the co-producers choice of words that Discovery 'chickened out' and refused to rebroadcast it, I would rephrase it to, 'they got smart.' In fact, Discovery did a follow up documentary on SJ's documentary which was so damaging to Discovery and those that produced the film that they withdrew it for fear that the public would view it and be aware of what lengths film makers and their handful of supporters will go when 3.5 million dollars are riding on it. The figure of $3.5 million dollars was just for the film, there was a book along with it, which is now on for sale , on the web, for change.. Their
      creditability along with a handful of supporters connected with the controversy has been doomed from the beginning and those few colleagues who feel the need for being on the 'big screen' should take a lesson as to where cooperation with some film makers eventually leads. The truth is that from the beginning, most of us have been boycotting their attempts to get us to cooperate, those that succumbed, paid the price. Unfortunately, some students will as well.


      <<Lost Tomb of Jesus film (from BAR)
      Felix — (2/4/2008 7:38:11 PM)
      For those who didn't have a chance to see the film, you will not be able to see it on Discovery because they chickened out. You can order it from Amazon and make up your own mind. [Editor's note: The writer is a producer for Associated Producers, which produced The Lost Tomb of Jesus.]>>

      Kudos for BAR on the editor's note, maybe BAR can now say a few words about that 'zinc coffin' from Qumran in 2001as well, since it was 'discovered' by them.


      Joe Zias






      Joe Zias www.joezias.com
      Anthropology/Paleopathology

      Science and Antiquity Group - Jerusalem
      Jerusalem, Israel



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