Here’s a sampling of what professors have to say about Titanic director James Cameron’s claim that he has evidence of a Jerusalem tomb that allegedly houses the remains of Jesus and his family. Israeli archaeologist Amos Kloner:
The claim that the burial site has been found is not based on any proof, and is only an attempt to sell … [Cameron et al.] are not archeologists.
Joe Zias, the longtime curator for anthropology and archeology at the Rockefeller Museum in Jerusalem, says the claim has “no credibility whatsoever.”