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Friday, April 13, 2007

Jesus' Tomb People Backtrack

I am continually dumbfounded by how gullible people are when it comes to anti-Christian hype. Anyone who bothered to do five minutes of research could have debunked that ridiculous "Jesus' Tomb" business from James Cameron recently. But we don't want the facts to interfere with our Christian-bashing.

Not surprisingly, now many of the experts cited in Cameron's silly film are saying they were misconstrued, misquoted, etc. See here.

Certainly, the big media will saturate the airwaves with these corrections just as they did with the original sensational and preposterous claims . . . NOT!

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1 comment:

katie said...

So it's declaimed after the fact. How convenient.
Of course, next Lent or Easter or Advent or Christmas, 'documentarians' will be more circumspect before thrusting other groundbreaking myth-busters upon us.
I'm as certain of that as I am of that forthcoming media apology. And winged donkeys.

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