> In sci.archaeology message news:1165856290.145324.13130
> @n67g2000cwd.googlegroups.com by "Carl" <pchristainsen@xxxxxxxxx> . . . :
> I did, but I found the arguments largely non-sequitor and really
> not positioning itself as having anything to do with the origins
> of Jesus or Christianity. Maybe you can point to a sight where the author
> knows how to write for a scientific audiance?
Man, are you leaving yourself wide open to contradiction! I can't
believe we are on the
If you would, back up to my first post in this Thread and click on More
Study Jody Magness on Essenes at Qumran.
There's your archaeology from a qualified scholar. Either Magness or
If you disagree, say why. In other words, what arguments specifically
Pin yourself down and we'll get into it.
Understand that Dr. Thiering and I propose that Jesus Christ was once
an Essene who
later split from them. This matter is shown by certain textual
analysis but is not
archaeology per se. If interested, ask me.