Guest Host: Susan Page

A new book and movie suggest that archaeologists have up to now ignored evidence pointing to the possibility that the family tomb of Jesus of Nazareth was found in 1980 during construction in Jerusalem. Susan Page and her guests talk about this idea and why it’s drawing criticism from Biblical scholars, archeaologists, and other experts.


  • Anthony Tambasco Professor of theology at Georgetown University.
  • Simcha Jacobovici Director of the TV documentary, "The Lost Tomb of Jesus" and co-author of a book called "The Jesus Family Tomb: The Discovery, the Investigation, and the Evidence That Could Change History."
  • Eric Meyers Professor of Judaic studies and director of the graduate program in religion at Duke University, and president of the American Schools of Oriental Research.

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