Shame on you all bibliobloggers — so quick to write blog posts about the presumed ‘lead codices’ hoax; but you have never penned a single word on the greatest biblical forgery of all times: the Shroud of Turin. Never.
I have seven posting about the the lead codices, which at this time from what I’ve been able to learn, I think are fake.
As this blog attests, I have written a great deal about the Shroud of Turin. But I don’t count as far as Lombatti is concerned because I am not really a biblioblogger, that is, one who maintains a blog with a significant focus on biblical studies.
Nor is he, really. Of course, I don’t agree with him on the Shroud of Turin so let’s see if he provides a link back to me. Here are links to the seven lead codices postings in my blog:
- Lead Codices Less than 50 Years Old?
- Somebody Needs Glasses
- Four and Twenty Fringe Ideas Baked in a Pie
- Biggest Discovery Since the Dead Sea Scrolls or Masterful Forgery?
- The Church Mouse Isn’t Convinced about some 1st century texts
- Dissent of the Day Regarding Scrolls and Lead Codices . . .
- Scrolls and Lead Codices . . . Might be Early 1st Century Writings about Jesus
And here is a link to Lombatti: Talking about biblical forgeries