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The Resurrection

SOGAPreacher Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 10:40 AM
Would anyone disagree that the Romans in the putposts of the Roman Empire kept impeccable records of situations and events they were privy to and sent reports of the same to Rome? There is a little book entitled The Archko Volumes that was written in the late 1800's from manuscripts and volumes of reports sent from Judea to Rome found in a Russian library in St. Petersburg among other places (such as Rome). It validates the New Testament account of Jesus right down to the Resurrection.
Ron-CA Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 10:45 AM
Yeah, The Archko Volumes are probably not the best source to use to corroborate the NT since the author was convicted by an ecclesiastical court of falsehood and plagiarism. Much of his writing was copied directly from a fiction story book that was circulating at the time.
SOGAPreacher Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 10:48 AM
First I've heard of that. I will check it out. Thank you for the information and have a very blessed and merry Christmas.
SOGAPreacher Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 10:41 AM
putposts = outposts.

Fingers have a mind of thier own at times.
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