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Jesus and Early Christianity
This paper answers two questions from the book "Excavating Jesus".
# 127372 | 750 words | 1 source | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in History (Religion) , Religion and Theology (Christianity) , Archaeology (General)


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This paper answers two questions from the book "Excavating Jesus", one about the top three discoveries related to Jesus or early Christianity, and one related to whether archaeology can be used to verify that the Gospel stories about Jesus are factual.

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"In my opinion, the top three discoveries related to Jesus or earliest Christianity are the Dead Sea Scrolls, the James ossuary and the Pilate inscription, although Peter's house and boat could also be classified in the top few discoveries. (Crossan Reed) The Dead Sea Scrolls, an exegetical discovery, are of all the discoveries, the most vitally important because they authenticate the Torah and the Old Testament. Not only do they provide evidence of when the Bible was likely written, they also serve as a..."

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