Judea or Judæa (/dʒuːˈdiː.ə/;[1] from Hebrew: יהודה‎, Standard Yehuda Tiberian, Arabic: يهودية‎, Yahudia, Greek: Ἰουδαία, Ioudaía; Latin: IVDÆA) is the biblical name of the mountainous southern West Bank.[2][3] The name originates from the biblical tribe of Judah and associated Kingdom of Judah, which the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia dated from 934 until 586 BCE.[4] The name of the region continued to be incorporated through the Babylonian conquest, Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman periods

Judea or Judæa (/dʒuːˈdiː.ə/;[1] from Hebrew: יהודה‎, Standard Yehuda Tiberian, Arabic: يهودية‎, Yahudia, Greek: Ἰουδαία, Ioudaía; Latin: IVDÆA) is the biblical name of the mountainous southern West Bank.[2][3] The name originates from the biblical tribe of Judah and associated Kingdom of Judah, which the 1906 Jewish Encyclopedia dated from 934 until 586 BCE.[4] The name of the region continued to be incorporated through the Babylonian conquest, Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman periods

YouTube. DEBATE on the Historicity of Jesus - Dr. Richard Carrier vs Trent Horn  MABOOM Show 52,359 views

YouTube. DEBATE on the Historicity of Jesus - Dr. Richard Carrier vs Trent Horn MABOOM Show 52,359 views

How did Jesus and the Hebrews become WHITE? that's the story whites kept telling until there was no knowledge of history let & whites started the lies

How did Jesus and the Hebrews become WHITE? that's the story whites kept telling until there was no knowledge of history let & whites started the lies

This piece was made for an exhibit at the Creation Museum. The men carry the body of Jesus to the Tomb. The walls of Jersusalem on the left, the Tower of Mariamne behind. It was a collaborative effort by Ben Iocco, Greg Iocco, and myself. We work on a set of the three pieces at once, and each day we rotated them and work on each other's work. Check my blog for updates – I plan to do a blog about the collaboration as well as the historicity of these pieces.

This piece was made for an exhibit at the Creation Museum. The men carry the body of Jesus to the Tomb. The walls of Jersusalem on the left, the Tower of Mariamne behind. It was a collaborative effort by Ben Iocco, Greg Iocco, and myself. We work on a set of the three pieces at once, and each day we rotated them and work on each other's work. Check my blog for updates – I plan to do a blog about the collaboration as well as the historicity of these pieces.

Using third-century images from a synagogue—the earliest pictures of Jewish people, and  one of three first-century Jewish skulls . Correlated with  a typical Galilean Semite

Using third-century images from a synagogue—the earliest pictures of Jewish people, and one of three first-century Jewish skulls . Correlated with a typical Galilean Semite

On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt

On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt

On the Historicity of Jesus: Why We Might Have Reason for Doubt by Richard Carrier

Caiaphas Ossuary In 1990 a startling discovery was made that shook biblical scholars and archaeologists alike. In the Peace Forest section of Jerusalem was discovered a burial cave containing twelve ossuaries, one of them being none other than that of Caiaphas, the high priest who presided at the trial of Jesus. This amazing discovery provides us with a powerful historical connection to the events described in the Gospels.

Caiaphas Ossuary In 1990 a startling discovery was made that shook biblical scholars and archaeologists alike. In the Peace Forest section of Jerusalem was discovered a burial cave containing twelve ossuaries, one of them being none other than that of Caiaphas, the high priest who presided at the trial of Jesus. This amazing discovery provides us with a powerful historical connection to the events described in the Gospels.

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