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Subject: Re: Anna of Arimathea - who is HER husband?
Date: Wed, 12 Sep 2007 14:50:07 -0700
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On Sep 12, 1:24?pm, Christopher Ingham <>
wrote:
?Four brothers and at least two unnamed sisters appear in the Bible,
as well as Joseph of Arimathea, the latter seen in biblical criticism
as a fictional
> character invented as a plot device [J. D. Crossan,_Jesus_9 (San
> Francisco, 1994), 156-8;_The Oxford Companion to the Bible_(New York,
> 1993), s.v. "Joseph of Arimathea"].
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maybe i am not reading your post right, are you saying that Joseph of
Arimathea was a fictional character ???

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