Saturday, February 24, 2007

James Cameron Documentary to Display Jesus' Remains

James Cameron Claims to Have the Remains of Jesus of Nazareth, Which Would Invalidate the ResurrectionDirector and Producer James Cameron is set to terminate the widely held belief of Jesus of Nazareth's Resurrection in a titanic New York press conference on Monday (February 26th).

A new documentary by Cameron will be sure to outrage Christians with claims that Jesus was not resurrected after his death on the cross, and that he had a son named Judah.

Cameron claims he has evidence via DNA testing, archeology, and even from the Bible that three coffins he will reveal at the press conference belong to Jesus of Nazareth, his mother Mary, and Mary Magdelene.

The timing of this couldn't be better from a propaganda viewpoint.

With all the hype that surrounded "The Da Vinci Code" and claims that Jesus had sired a line of descendants, as well as the recent focus on the supposed "lost" gospels of Judas and Mary Magdelene, the world is primed for another shake-up of religious beliefs. Cameron's claims and documentary is bound to fire up Christian and skeptic alike.

You can read more at Time Magazine's Blog. And, of course, I'll post more as this develops.

1 comment:

Violet said...

Thanks for writing this.