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T. stillson's Avatar Jump to comment 41 by T. stillson

@rrh1306

The answer would be, that I DO NOT know as a result of having been there to witness it. The empty tomb is only a possible indicator you see. If there were bones in that grave site, then we would have to deal with that, but there are no bones in either of the two possible locations. And wouldn't you agree with me that all the things you're assuming could have happened is no more, solid, undeniable proof that it actually happened that way, than what I'm assuming happened is, solid, undeniable proof that it happened the way I choose to believe?? Thank you!!!

Wed, 23 May 2012 16:44:40 UTC | #943126