Yes, I remember reading this too. Although I don't know if these could be Jesus' bones, I do believe that he was a human mortal man (with two human parents) and that he was an amazing leader and speaker. I believe he really did good for his community and I don't think it is out of the realm of possibility that he was married. I don't believe at all that he was the result of the immaculate conception and that he actually rose from the dead so I do find this finding of bones very interesting and fascinating.Ithe Jewish custom of the time was to remove the bones at a later date and bury them in an unmarked location later on (I don't know why, that's just what I'm told). Regardless, it'll be like everything else surrounding Jesus -- a mystery.
~I seriously pity the people who are trying to sell this idea. They've booked their own tickets to heck and are trying to fill up busloads to go with them. The TRUTH that millions have believed for thousands of years is that Jesus was the Son of God, was sinless, was crucified, rose from the dead and accended into Heaven. Bodies of accended people will never be found. The DNA argument cracks me up, too. It can only prove that they were related to each other, that's pretty obvious since they were buried together. Also, the names on the tombs. Don't these guys know how common forms of Joseph, Joshua(Jesua) and Mary were back then? It's not only nonsensical falsehood, it's downright sinful, as it will lead people away from the truth.~