The archaeological community uses a variety of dating methods to prove the authenticity of their discoveries.

However, it is always a bit flabbergasting that when the same scientific methods are employed, with respect to studying, and proving or even disproving, a Biblical find, then the science is “bunk,” “junk,” and just not good enough.

Take for instance the writings of British archaeologist Robert Hutchinson regarding some of the more recent finds that seem to prove the existence of Jesus Christ. Often, these are immediately brushed off.

The tomb of Jesus brother, James, has been disregarded. The ossuary of Caiaphas is still up for debate. Biblical archaeologists concur with the findings, and others do not, and so many New Testament finds, particularly those involving the Messiah go un-reported.

“I found that nobody was talking about this in the media. They were still repeating theories about Jesus and the gospels that are a century old — the idea that Jesus was a deluded fanatic, an apocalyptic prophet who thought the world was going to end in his lifetime,” said Hutchinson.

The greatest man that ever lived, the Son of God, is boiled down to that of an interesting, eclectic, historical character of little value. Worse, liberals use him as an example of a socialistic pandering drunk.

Muslims look favorably upon him, as do many Jews, and people of other faiths. Yet none recognize him for what he proclaimed and proved himself to be following his crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension:

“I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me”

John 14:6.

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