The Tomb Of God: Unlocking the code to a 2000-year-old mystery Paperback – 4 Aug 1997
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* The No 1 controversial bestseller reissued in paperback. The solution to a 2,000-year-old mystery about the whereabouts of the body of Jesus.
About the Author
Richard Andrews spent 15 years in the Mediterranean and Middle East as a contract diver and has also done archaeological work in Israel, Italy and Sardinia. He is an expert on the Roman era. Paul Schellenberger is a civil engineer by profession and has also worked as an architect and furniture designer.
Top Customer Reviews
If you think this hypothesis is completely implausible, you are right. The authors, who patently have no idea of historical method, gullibly swallow hypotheses from various sources as if they were proven fact, never check any basic facts that could shatter their thesis and pile one implausiblility on top of another.
Save your money. The treasures of Rennes le Chateau is an interesting and justifiably famous story, but there must be many better books on it than this.
(If you ARE convinced by their hypothesis, seek out the 1996/97 BBC "Timewatch" documentary on it, and think again.)