This paper is the third in a series of presentations adapted from the Southeastern Regional Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature and the American Schools of Oriental Research, March 16, 2013 on The Jesus Discovery: The New Archaeological Find that Reveals the Birth of Christianity (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2012).
See Also: The Tombs at Talpiot: Overview of "The Jesus Discovery"
The Talpiyot (Jerusalem) Tombs: Some Sober Methodological Reflections on the Epigraphic Materials
By Mark Goodacre
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MarkGood.pdf Note. This is a revised version of a paper given at SECSOR (Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion) on 16 March 2013. I am grateful to Ralph Hawkins for the invitation to speak at this session, and to my dialogue partners, James Tabor and Christopher Rollston. I am also grateful to Mark Elliott for the invitation to publish this paper on Bible and Interpretation.