“All of these factors taken together make the theory proposed by Jacobovici and Cameron very doubtful. For these reasons and others, recognized historians and archaeologists do not think that the Talpiot Tomb is the Tomb of the Family of Jesus and that Jesus himself was buried there. In my view, it is a most unlikely theory and will not be embraced by competent archaeologists and scholars.”
– Dr. Craig A Evans, Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament Studies at Acadia Divinity College in Nova Scotia, Canada , has posted his thoughts on recent sensational claims about the Talpiot Tomb.
On this topic also see
- The “Jesus Tomb” Resource Page
- The “Jesus Family Tomb” Roundup
- The “Jesus Tomb” – A Call for Perspective