Re: Dura-Europos Exhibition at Boston Co

Msg # 3997 of 4000 on RelayNet Serious Chats on History
To: ON APR 5, 10:26=A0PM, JTE, From: DOM
Time: Wednesday, 4-06-11, 1:35
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On Apr 5, 10:26pm, JTEM  wrote:
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> Biblical archaeologists like you -- and the Jesuit B.C. --
> claim that if I can't positively exclude than that's as
> good as proof, but no real scholar or archaeologists accepts
> such nonsense.

For the record, I am not a "Biblical archaeologists," and I have no
idea how the murals were first identified as representing scenes from
the New Testament. How do you feel about the remnant of a parchment
identified as: "the 'Diatesseron,' a harmony of the four gospels by
Tatian," which mentions "a man from Arimethea [...] by the name of
Joseph"?

http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/dura.html
http://www.jstor.org/pss/1584632

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