Ancient Jewish Synagogue Carving Mentions Jesus

I’m not endorsing the video at the beginning of this article, which purports to show an ancient Jewish synagogue with inscriptions on the floor that read: “Remembered for good, the Comforter, Y’shua, martyr/witness.” Nevertheless, the information in the video certainly is fascinating. As you know, secularists claim there’s no historical or archaeological evidence whatsoever that Y’shua — Jesus — ever lived. Yet here we have what clearly appears to be an unearthed Messianic synagogue from circa 300-350 A.D., with the above-mentioned inscription, plus carved pictures of two Menorahs and two Olive Trees — a likely reference to Revelation 11:4, “These are the two olive trees and the two lamp stands, standing before the Lord of the earth.”

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