First Century ossuaries reveals Biblical names by Pastor Rudolph Boshoff

The American Journal of Archaeology (October-December, 1947, LI.4, pp. 351ff.) This prestigious magazine is the official periodical of The Archaeological Institute of America, located at Boston University. At the gracious courtesy of the Institute, we have been provided with a copy of the full report. The following details doubtless will be of interest to our readers.In September of 1945, an ancient tomb was discovered in the area of the Talpioth suburb of Jerusalem. The small burial [...]

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Graffiti, God and Alexamenos by Angus MacKillop

The idea that God would allow His Son to be crucified on a cross has always been seen as foolishness by Christian naysayers.  The first we read of it, is recorded by the Apostle Paul in First Corinthians 1:18 when he says in this awesome teaching: “For the preaching of the cross is foolishness to those being lost, but to us being saved, it is the power of God.” However, in the year 1857, a piece of [...]

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