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- 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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