The Nazareth Inscription – Did You Know Caesar Outlawed Grave Robbing After the Resurrection?

by Arthur Khachatryan

It is sometime before AD 50. A Roman emperor orders an edict – those caught robbing tombs and extracting bodies will be put to death. Strange, is it not? Found in Nazareth of all places, it comes to be known as the Nazareth Inscription. Its unique and uncanny characteristics make the edict an interesting puzzle piece that fits perfectly in a post-resurrection context – a very human response traceable to the initial Jewish position on Jesus’ resurrection and the Roman insecurity about the potential rise of a king who could have challenged the empire…
 

I'm with Clive!FOLLOW THE LINK BELOW TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE:
The Nazareth Inscription – Did You Know Caesar Outlawed Grave Robbing After the Resurrection?