A few points made by Elkington that you may find to be sensational and/or uninformed.
- These tablets contain information about Jesus between the crucifixion and the letters of Saint Paul. Do I hear Dan Brown here?
- They are the most important archaeological discovery since the Dead Sea Scrolls. Perhaps, no one knows yet because they have not been studied nor determined if they are real or fake.
- They were possibly written by descendants of the holy family. They don't mention what evidence allows them to draw this conclusion.
- Elkington points to the Menorah icon on the front and says "which in this period was utterly forbidden from being represented primarily because it resided in the most holy place of all, deep inside the holy of holies inside the temple." The problem with this claim, however, is that we do have what appears to be representations of the menorah in some of the Jewish homes adjacent to the temple mount. It is part of a fresco in what appears to have been someones parlor or dining room.
- The most bizarre claim is that the Lead piece they have on display in the interview is a sort-of Christian ID card that gets them into places of worship. Huh??
Here is the interview. Enjoy!