Latest Simcha Jacobovici Stories
In a new book due out this week, an embattled theologian claims longstanding rumors that Jesus was married to Mary Magdalene are true, and that he fathered two children with her.
Following the recent announcement of the discovery of the earliest known Christian imagery in the exploration of a sealed first century Jerusalem tomb, controversy predictably erupted, with numerous members of the community of biblical scholars offering alternate interpretations of the iconography and disputing the tomb's claimed Christian connections.
The archaeological examination by robotic camera of an intact first century tomb in Jerusalem has revealed a set of limestone Jewish ossuaries or "bone boxes" that are engraved with a rare Greek inscription and a unique iconographic image that the scholars involved identify as distinctly Christian.
Twenty years ago, two ancient nails were discovered in a Jerusalem archaeological excavation and are believed to have been used to crucify Jesus, says filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici in his latest film, "The Nails of the Cross".
Archaeologists and clergymen in the Holy Land derided claims in a new documentary produced by James Cameron that contradict major Christian tenets, but the Oscar-winning director said the evidence was based on sound statistics.