Simcha Jacobovici Responds to Critics of His “Nails of the Cross Film”

I am posting this response by Simcha Jacobovici to critics of his “Nails of the Cross” documentary that aired on the History Channel in the USA  and most recently in Israel. His thesis: that two crucifixion nails, most likely those used to crucify Jesus of Nazareth, were found in a Jerusalem tomb belonging to the Caiaphas family in November 1990, then lost by the Israel Antiquities Authority, but now recovered. Caiaphas was the High Priest in the time of Jesus who delivered him over to Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judea,  for blasphemy and sedition. The film has stirred a storm of criticism with an untoward amount of ad hominum attacks.

You may download and or/read Simcha’s response here in a PDF file:

The Nails of the Cross_June22

My thanks to Simcha for sharing this with my readers here first. Please feel free to circulate the link here or the PDF file itself.

James Tabor

Note: For an update and wider context see this later post:

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