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Travel with Ross Nichols and me to Israel in March. It is not too late to join. https://jamestabor.com/its-not-too-late-to-join-us-for-the-march-jesus-dynasty-tour-of-israel/
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Beginning April 1st and running through Passover week, April 22nd there is a 2-1 sale on copies of James D. Tabor’s book, Restoring Abrahamic Faith. We are doing this to encourage people to give copies away, get copies for family members, or for those who have never ordered yet–an extra incentive. This offer is valid only in the US and by ordering directly through …
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I wanted to give special notice to a series of recent blog posts dealing with the "last days of Jesus" as related to both Passover and Easter. There is a lot here both depth and breadth, and I know many of you keep up with the blog, but just in case you have not visited lately here is a listing with lin…Continue
Added by James Daniel Tabor on March 27, 2013 at 10:12am — No Comments
I have just finished reading a book by Dr. James D., Tabor, who is chair of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte who offers a fresh, provocative and insightful perspective on the early years of the Christian movement. His book is entitled Paul and Jesus. I commend that book to you and to all my readers.
Bishop John Shelby Spong
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Added by James Daniel Tabor on January 18, 2013 at 11:22am — No Comments
This morning France 24, the English language French news channel, broadcast a report on the Jews of Iran. Normally, France 24 is one of the best, if not the best, news channel on air. This time, however, it failed. (Having said this, they did have a representative of the Jewish community in France provide some context).…Continue
Added by James Daniel Tabor on January 18, 2013 at 11:17am — No Comments
I list here my personal top choices for 2012 posts on my blog that deal with understanding the historical "Jewish Jesus."
Added by James Daniel Tabor on January 1, 2013 at 4:27pm — No Comments
Don't miss these Top Five posts on James Tabor's Blog and please share this post freely as we close out 2012!
Best in the New "Gregorian" Year!
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Breaking news on the Talpiot tombs controversy, the Jonah image, and the mysterious Greek inscription. Read the latest here:
Added by James Daniel Tabor on December 28, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
I have published several articles of late in the mainstream press that might be of interest to SWW folks. They are all related to my new book, Paul and Jesus, but are designed to particularly address Christians in this Christmas season who might be open to examining the Hebraic roots of their faith. Feel free to circulate and share the links:
Daily Beast: Should Christian Celebrate the Birth of Jesus or of…Continue
Added by James Daniel Tabor on December 27, 2012 at 8:28am — No Comments
I have two new posts up on my blog that I think folks might find of interest, with lots of other links to read deeper if you are interested. I am convinced that the major factor in understanding Jesus and his movement is to get a thorough sense of what we call apocalypticism. As the "lost tribes" are the key element in the Hebrew Prophets, the element of apocalyptic expectation is the indispensable key to understanding John the Baptist, Jesus, James, Paul and all the earliest…Continue
Added by James Daniel Tabor on July 5, 2012 at 1:23pm — No Comments
TaborBlog has a new format. I wanted to invite all of you to take a look, especially if you have not visited the site lately. Just go to http://jamestabor.com.
I am very taken with the clean, elegant, streamlined, new design and I am incorporating a number of new features that I believe will make the site all the more valuable and attractive to our readers. I have…Continue
Added by James Daniel Tabor on June 23, 2012 at 9:50am — No Comments
Attached here is the program for the UIWU 69th Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina this coming weekend. As you can see we really have an impressive lineup of lectures and events here. Also it would be great to meet so many of you face-to-face after being in touch only via the Web over the past months and years.
I know many of our SWW members have thought about coming and I hope you will still consider joining us, even at this late date if there is any possibility of…Continue
Added by James Daniel Tabor on April 22, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
This blog post is long and detailed, but for those who will take the time I think it might prove quite enlightening, especially given the confusing discussion regarding the finds in the Talpiot tombs and how they should be understood in their proper historical contexts. Expect to be surprised, and perhaps to learn something you had not realized before. …
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There has been some shuffling of dates between Discovery TV and Vision TV in Canada regarding the dates for airing the documentary on our recent discoveries by remote camera in the Talpiot "patio" tomb. Here is the latest and I think it is now final and confirmed. Please share and spread around your various social media, friends, and other contacts.
In the US, the hour long version of the film will air on Thursday, April 12 at 10pm EST on Discovery.…
Added by James Daniel Tabor on March 28, 2012 at 10:46pm — No Comments
Beginning March 1st and running through Passover week, April 13th there is a "two for one" sale on copies of my book, Restoring Abrahamic Faith. We are doing this to encourage people to give copies away, get copies for family members, or for those who have never ordered yet--an incentive. This offer is valid only by ordering through genesis2000.org or sending a check--see details at the web site. In other words,…
Added by James Daniel Tabor on February 26, 2012 at 6:08pm — No Comments
I find it somewhat amazing that so many freely expressing opinions on the controversial Talpiot “Jesus” tomb and/or the “James ossuary” have not kept up with even the most minimum of the latest research on the topic. I find this is the case even with all too many of my academic colleagues, not to mention a host of others, most with an evangelical Christian bias, who regularly “trash” the idea that this tomb might arguably be that of Jesus of Nazareth. It seems…Continue