Where Was Jesus Really Crucifed
By Bob Cornuke
October 3, 2016
Could history have missed the correct place where Christ was crucified? Yes, claims Robert Cornuke in his popular new book Golgotha. His research brings into question the two traditional places of Christ's crucifixion: The Church of the Holy Sepulcher and Gordon’s Calvary. He proposes that Golgotha was actually in the Palestinian neighborhood called the Silwan Village (about 600 feet east of the City of David) in Jerusalem. Using old photographic imagery from the 1800’s, Bob Cornuke used his police investigative and archaeological skills to possibly solve one of the most amazing riddles of the ages.
Robert Cornuke is the Chairman of the Biblical Archaeology, Search & Exploration (BASE) Institute. He has been called the "Real Indiana Jones" for his work combining his police forensic background, his Biblical archaeology skills, and the knowledge he gained in his studies for his Ph.D. in Bible and Theology. While serving as a crime scene investigator assigned to major crime scenes, Bob gained invaluable training and experience in investigative and scientific research techniques. He has now turned his investigative skills toward Bible archaeology, using those skills and ingenuity to unlock the doors to sites that often go against traditional archaeological presuppositions. He has made some amazing discoveries, and has authored numerous books and DVD's about them. But his children believe that his most notable accomplishment is having his findings featured as a question on a Trivial Pursuit™ card!
Bob's website is: http://www.baseinstitute.org/