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James, Joseph, and the “Brother of Jesus”

Updated: Oct 4, 2020

As many people are already aware, a recent archeological discovery, confirmed by the Biblical Archeological Review, has confirmed the inscription outside an ancient ossuary (an ancient limestone box containing the bones of a deceased person) which reads: “James, son of Joseph, brother of Jesus”, and further that this particular ossuary may indeed refer to the New Testament James who is also called “brother of Jesus.” Now, for some strange reason, our Protestant friends are just buzzing with euphoria about the possible implications this has to Mary’s perpetual virginity, but our Director John Pacheco sees no reason for them to get so excited about it, and pulls the plug on the party. In this short article, you can learn how he does it.


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