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James Jesus’ brother, Ossuary

Something important is going on tonight. When I went to Border’s Book Store they handed me a flyer to attend a talk by two fellas. The topic if “The Brother of Jesus” The Dramatic Story & Meaning of the First Archaelogical Link to Jesus and his Family”. It is going to be at Fourth Presbyterian Church at 7:30 p.m. across the street from my house. Since this is the most important discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls, I have to be there. It is so exciting! I’ll quote what it says on the flyer. I’m not trying to convert you or anything, just stay like you are, but I’m just trying to share something utterly exciting in all of history. The one author Hershel Shanks says “Although Jesus of Nazareth is a universally recognized figure, no one has ever found any evidence for his existence apart from texts. Now, in the form of a twenty-inch long limestone ossuary, a box used by first-century Jews to hold the bones of the dead, biblical archaeologists may have found their holy grail.” Ben Witherington II the other author says “The first full-length treatment of the ossuary…written by a couple of big guns. Their collaboration is well-argued and truly fascinating. This is simply a huge story–the first book to cover what is arguably the most important biblical archaelogy bonanza since the Dead Sea Scrolls. Publishers Weekly It will be aired on the Discovery Channel special April 20, Easter Sunday. The priest from Holy Name Cathedral called me today and said that he looked Fr. Baker up on the internet because he didn’t realize this story about his canonization. He advised me to send the letter just as it is to “Our Lady of Victory” in New York and he will make sure the second letter goes to the right person here in Chicago at the Chancery. He said that the church may send me a form to fill out, which I will. Whatever cooperation they need from me I’ll be happy to do. Whatever becomes of it, it can only bring good to mankind. Love

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