Early Christian Writings Update

Last week I posted on the discovery of lead tablets that was given wide newspaper coverage. It caused some excitement...

"They could be the earliest Christian writing in existence, surviving almost 2,000 years in a Jordanian cave. They could, just possibly, change our understanding of how Jesus was crucified and resurrected, and how Christianity was born."

Today it looks as if they are not what they appear to be..... aaah , shucks, how many times does that happen these days ?!

Photo of one not so lucky owner: Hassan Saida with some of the artefacts that he says he inherited.

The original News article at the BBC here.

This report here covers the latest news
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