A Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 17

A Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 17

JZ or RW, who’s telling the truth? For anyone not familiar with JZ, he is what I would call a contemporary Jew, with no focus or concern on Biblical issues, especially concerning Christ. The authors are quick to highlight JZ’s perspective as to Wyatt’s qualifications to excavate, plus the permits necessary for such; quote, “(…)

Eyewitness Testimony About Ark of the Covenant Video

Eyewitness Testimony About Ark of the Covenant Video

This may be an appropriate time to mention publicly that I and several other Christians have watched with our own eyes a video which Ron shot inside the cave before the furniture was re-arranged. The crack in the roof was clearly visible with the Blood still on it; the table was there in close-up, and(…)

Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 16

Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 16

Comments on Chapter 16 from Holy Relics – I hesitated to even comment on this. My first thought after reading chapter 16 was to skip completely any comments as if the chapter had never been included. It is one of the most absurd augments that could have been postulated, and reveals more fully the attitude(…)

A Response to Holy Relics, 10-16

A Response to Holy Relics, 10-16

Chapters 10-16   The next six chapters focus on the blood of Christ, the aspect of Wyatt’s research that is perhaps most controversial. The Authors do a more than adequate job in raising questions, and creating doubts concerning any account dealing with a unique type of human blood. Let me state right from the start that(…)

A Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 5-9

A Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 5-9

Chapters 5-9 – There seems to be some bad blood here! These chapters here are dedicated to discrediting a retired pastor, author, and archaeologist, by the name of Jonathan Gray. I have personally known Jonathan and his wife for several years, have read many of their published books, and have even had the pleasure of(…)

A Response to Sacred Relics, Chapter 4

A Response to Sacred Relics, Chapter 4

Chapter 4: Deception? The context of Chapters 3 and 4 are dealing with deception as the chapter heading suggest. This is a critical subject for any Christian, and certainly one that cannot be ignored, and must be dealt with head-on. Also, as mentioned this is the number one concern of Christ in identifying end time(…)

Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 3

Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 3

Chapter 3 “But there are proffered archaeological discoveries which, despite having been claimed for centuries and having received the applause of countless millions of laypeople over this vast period of time, have never been accepted in archaeological circles, for one reason and one reason alone. It is not that the archaeological discipline has a conspiracy(…)

Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 2

Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 2

Chapter 2: The reasoning of the Pharisees It is clear having known Ron Wyatt, and having sat down with him in his home, and traveled with him to the Middle East, that he was an approachable individual. He was attempting to piece together as well, all that God was presenting to him, and if there(…)

A Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 1

A Response to Holy Relics, Chapter 1

CHAPTER 1: The Standishes use quotes from Randall Price and others to present what we know is not completely accurate from Scripture. One such reference is found from a source identified from Randall Price’s book The Third Temple, where he quotes Gershon Solomon, the Director of the Temple Mount project in Jerusalem. “In an interview(…)

A response to Holy Relics, Introduction

A response to Holy Relics, Introduction

I have been silent up to this point in responding to the opinions of not only the church hierarchy, but those in academia, who have expressed their views to what has been referred to as the Ron Wyatt discovery material. The reason for my silence is not due to the chatter from those who hold(…)