The Titanic Fact?

31 Jul

The Titanic Fact?…

Some years back, the director of “The Titanic” called a press conference announcing a discovery that was supposed to shake the world and disprove the Gospel. What was it? The discovery of the “real tomb” of Jesus, full of the bones of Jesus and his family.

The media swarmed around it. It turned out that it was all based on the fact that there seemed to be an inscription reading, “Yeshua bar Yosef,” or “Jesus, son of Joseph.” Israeli archaeologists scoffed at the “revelation.” The fact is “Yeshua,” and “Yosef” were among the most common names in first-century Judea. It’d be as ludicrous as going through the records of everyone born in an American city named “Joe” with a son named “John” and concluding that they all had to be the same person.

The claims were dismissed and this “titanic theory,” promoted by the director of “The Titanic,’ hit its iceberg and promptly sank. It was just one of many attacks against the resurrection. The attack failed, the resurrection stands, and nothing will overcome it, or the one who walks in it.

For as by a man came death, by a man has come also the resurrection of the dead. 1 Cor 15:21

Be confident and strong in the power of the resurrection, walk in it, and overcome!

Walk daily with God at your side!

Love always,

Ed

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