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Probability

When a tomb holding ossuaries with the names Jesus, Mary, Mary Magdalene, Judah, Yose and Matthew was discovered in 1980, its implications were quickly disregarded and the findings stowed away. It simply couldn't be the same Jesus mentioned in the Bible, may said - or at least they didn't want it to be.

So just what is the likelihood that this tomb actually contains the remains of that same Jesus, in addition to his wife, Mary Magdalene, and his son, Judah? It may seem far-fetched, but after listening to filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici explain the so-called "Jesus equation", you'll realize just how unlikely it is that this isn't, in fact, his tomb.

And if you're still not convinced, be sure to learn more about how the experts came to this concluion, by reading up on the principles they used in their analysis.


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