Scholars long have wondered if the site in Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre is indeed the tomb of Jesus Christ as identified by the Romans about 1,700 years ago. As first reported by National Geographic, scientific test results given to the magazine appear to back up the claims that the remains of a limestone cave enshrined in the church are part of the tomb where Jesus’ body was believed to have been placed.  “It’s corroborating what the historical accounts are telling us,” Kristin Romey, archaeology

editor for National Geographic, told CBN News. “Around 325-326 A.D., Constantine sends his delegation to the Holy Land to find the site associated with the life and death of Jesus,” she explained. “According to the historical accounts, they’re asking around, and they’re saying… ‘Where was the tomb of Jesus Christ?'”  “And the locals point to this Roman temple; they tear down the Roman temple; lo and behold, underneath it is a rock-cut tomb,” Romey continued. READ MORE