Where the Bible & Epigraphy Meet
#3 Inscriptional Proof of Jesus's Empty Tomb? Important Update
In this short podcast, Clint returns to the Nazareth Inscription, the subject of Podcast #1. He details the results from a recently published scientific study of the inscription’s provenance that provides hard evidence that the Nazareth Inscription is neither connected to Nazareth, Jesus, nor ancient Christianity.
#2 Inscriptional Proof of a First Century CE Christian? Erastus the Aedile ≠ Erastus the City-Manager (Rom 16:23)
This podcast explores the Erastus Inscription from ancient Corinth, which many scholars conclude refers to a first century Christian named Erastus (Rom 16:23). Clint tests this hypothesis and discusses the oft-neglected circumstances surrounding the inscription’s discovery and publication.
#1: Inscriptional Proof of Jesus's Empty Tomb?
This episode explores the controversial Nazareth Inscription which some historians, Bible scholars, and Christian apologists claim is hard, inscriptional proof of Jesus's empty tomb. In this episode, Clint discusses the bizarre story around this inscription's discovery, publication, its contents, and whether or not it is concrete proof of Jesus's empty tomb.