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Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury and now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, has called for “a fresh examination of the Jordan Codices.” The renewed interest in the codices is the result of the efforts of two British authors, David and Jennifer Elkington.
They received the metal tablets for testing by permission of the Department of Antiquities in Amman, Jordan.
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However, as Professor Roger Webb has pointed out , “If the lead is old, the writing is old.
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When a set of 70 bound metal tablets was unearthed in Jordan in 2008, questions about the artifacts validity arose.
I think this is an ego based idea along with literalism designed to take away from the true spirit of what is before us. To one's ego, perhaps, but not to one's behaviour on how they conduct themselves.
There have always been reformers of any age and they've been loved or hated, So we ask," Who is this person that lived over 2000 years ago, in Judea, spoke in Aramaic, recorded centuries later in greek, and we read it to-day in english." JRC Perkin, Acadia University 1972.
However, researchers have now analyzed the codices and say they are genuine and may date to about 2,000 years ago.