Carbon dating fact fiction
They cover some of the testing, but don't consider much of the origin and history. The main point is the series' examination of, what they call, "a possible blood link between John and Jesus." Around the world, there are many bones purportedly to be "The Bones of John the Baptist." Some are fakes, obviously, since there are enough bones to make up more than one man.
One set is carbon dated to be from the correct time period and belongs to a "middle-eastern man." The only other evidence is that the bones are claimed to be John's.
What made him more than just a man in some peoples eyes but an impostor in others'?
Comprehensive retelling of Jesus' life story from a historically- and Biblically-accurate perspective.
Believers, who need no proof, could be happily proved correct. A few of the narratives, like "Judas" and "Helena" episodes, play nicely.
Non-believers could accept the fact that there was a man named Jesus Christ, at least. However, nothing is proved and much of the series is nonsense.
See full summary » Pandorica revolves around the leadership trials of The Varosha Tribe. The promotion indicated there would be an examination of New Testament relics.
Eiren, Ares and Thade are all in line to lead the next generation of their people. Quite possibly, viewers would be offered some evidence Jesus Christ really existed.
Walk where he walked, see what He did, and be where He died.
It was discovered in 1978 and finally determined to be written much later than the other Christian gospels.
Unfortunately, the intriguing new ideas in the document are passed over and it is dismissed as early criticism of Christianity.
One piece of the cross was given by Pope Paschal II to the King of Ireland in the 12th century.
Since the Pope had this fragment, we assume it to be authentic, but this particular relic did not pass carbon dating.