Controversial

$imcha proves why he is not a real archeologist

Yeah… that’s a real one alright… “neither an archaeologist, nor an academic.” (Simcha Jacobovici, “The Nails of the Cross: A

Controversial

$imcha gives a prime example of the Theory of Motivated Reasoning

Here… Here he points out that if someone would just give him sound correction, he’d listen, but since so many

Society and Religion

$imcha, in 2007, “prophesied” regarding the “Apostles’ Tomb”

Guess what…. From the youtube page… While looking for the Jesus family tomb, movie maker Simcha Jacobovici tells us how

Archaeology

I’m going with hype and speculation for $imcha

Dr. Cargill and others have been buys debunking the latest pre-Easter hype from Simcha and Associates (Archeologists and Photoshoppers, Inc).

Society and Religion

The Canadians get Simcha right

An amateur archeologist claimed Tuesday to have identified what could be the remains of some of Christ’s disciples in a

Archaeology

Jodi Magness on what a real archaeologist is (Talpiyot Tomb)

Professor ]] takes aim at the “discovery:” As a professional archaeologist, it pains me to see archaeology hijacked in the

Society and Religion

Maybe Tabor and Simcha should have had a Greek editor

Regarding the reading of line two, I must  emphasize that I do not consider the reading “Yahweh” (i.e., the Greek

Society and Religion

$imcha’s di$covery of Je$u$

On the in which ]] and Simcha’s book is released, the Huffington Post has decided to run a story featuring