Monday, February 26, 2007

James Cameron Claims to Have found Jesus Family Tomb

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Thing is, how can he prove this by DNA, what is that combarable to? And, forgive me, but aren't Jesus, Mary, Joseph, and Judah very common names from those times. It's like someone 2,000 years from now claiming to have found John F. Kennedy's grave simply because they have uncovered the name John!

9 comments:

Bloggers4Labour said...

David Cameron?? I would have expected him to claim to be *part* of Jesus' family!

Lord Lucan said...

Please change the heading to James Cameron and not David Cameron, although very funny not quite right.

Paul Burgin said...

Apologies, it was late last night and I was tired and I wouldn't dream of making a joke like that!:/

Andrew said...

I guess an apparently male skeleton with just the one X chromosome would be some pretty decent DNA evidence. I suspect if that were the case we'd have heard about it, mind.

tyger said...

Thing is, how can he prove this by DNA, what is that combarable to? ~ Paul

Have you never read The Da Vinci Code? You just need some French totty who is good with numbers - that should sort you.

Paul Burgin said...

Andrew, that doesn't prove whether it is Jesus or any of his family. Tyger, unfortunatley there are loads of French totties who are good with numbers (sigh)
It could be Brian's family ;)

. said...

I see you are a member of the CSM. Can you help answer this query that I posted on my Lentern blogsite:
http://methodistpreacher.blogspot.com/2007/02/christian-socialist-movement-elections.html

Paul Burgin said...

I haven't received any ballot papers yet, so I can't say

Kerron said...

Paul, you know at least 2 of the candidates for Vice Chair!

Full list of candidates here:

http://kerroncross.blogspot.com/2007/02/csm-elections.html

Only change to that list is that Stephen Beer is no longer going for Vice Chair.