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“Discovery Channel’s controversial James Cameron-produced documentary “The Lost Tomb of Jesus” drew the largest audience for the network in more than a year on Sunday night, but the network has taken several recent steps to downplay the project.

Departing from normal procedures, the cable network didn’t tout its big ratings win. The network also scheduled a last-minute special that harshly criticized its own documentary, has yanked a planned repeat of “Tomb” and has not put the documentary on its video-on-demand server.”

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(I know I’m on hiatus, but this seemed too interesting not to post).

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time for a break

emergesque will be dark for a bit – not sure how long.

very busy, some unusual stresses, and I need to refocus and recenter. I’m lost in too many things but Him.

blessings,

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The post profiles joe carter of evangelical outpost in a piece on Bioethics.

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Episcopal bishops risked losing their place in the global Anglican family Wednesday by affirming their support for gays and rejecting a key demand that they give up some authority to theological conservatives outside the U.S. church.In strong and direct language, the Episcopal House of Bishops said it views the Gospel as teaching that “all God’s children, including gay and lesbian persons, are full and equal participants” in the church. The bishops also said they would not agree to an Anglican plan for leaders outside the U.S. denomination to oversee the small number of conservative American dioceses that disagree.

full ap story

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the david crowder band meets ted nugent.

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I am now back in Dallas. Things appear to be settling down on the tomb front. No real new information or responses to report.

The process of public vetting seems to be playing itself out. We are in a time when such disclosures directly to the public mean that the public will have to allow the public vetting process to take place before embracing or rejecting such directly made claims. What iis so interesting about this particular example is the near unanimity that this claim has little substance to it, given that there are so many points in the linkage to get to the conclusion that are suspect.

I shall continue to keep my eyes and ears open, but the verdict on this one seems to have been quite negative. If so, it may show that public vetting over blogs and the Net can work, even though it is not the best way to go about this kind of discussion.

from dr. darrell bock

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Amos Kloner, who “teaches at Hebrew University and was a key figure in the Israeli Antiquities Authority oversaw the original excavation of the site”

and

Stephen Pfann, who “helped identify the inscriptions on the Lost Tomb documentary.”

link to interviews

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