"Hello, Geraldo? It’s Me, James."

The filmmaker James Cameron claims to have found the lost tomb of Christ. Obviously, he’s taking some heat from Christians who won’t let a little bit of science get in the way of a good story. Personally, I like the not-too-subtle sarcasm in this quote from Cameron’s cohort, director Simcha Jacobovici:

“‘But they’re not necessarily the implications people think they are. For example, some believers are going to say, well this challenges the resurrection. I don’t know why, if Jesus rose from one tomb, he couldn’t have risen from the other tomb,’ Jacobovici told ‘Today.'”

By Mike

Comms Exec. Ex-Calvin Klein underwear model. Photographer. Hey, 2 out of 3 isn't bad.

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