James D. Tabor, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
In this exclusive collection of video lectures, renowned Biblical scholar James D. Tabor reviews some of the most exciting and controversial archaeological discoveries from Jerusalem in recent years, including his important findings from the Talpiot tombs and the Mt. Zion excavation.
In his characteristically accessible and familiar style, Tabor examines questions surrounding the authenticity of the James ossuary, spells out why he believes the Talpiot tomb may have been revered as the burial place of Jesus and his family, and explores what the Mt. Zion excavations are revealing about the Jerusalem that Jesus knew.
- The James Ossuary: Getting the Facts Straight (60 min.)
- The Talpiot “Jesus” Tomb: What’s the Latest? (45 min.)
- New Archaeological Evidence of Jesus’ Earliest Followers (40 min.)
- The Search for Jerusalem’s Essene Gate and the Church of the Apostles (50 min.)
Run time: Approx. 3 hours