“A small handful of bones found in an ancient church in Bulgaria may belong to John the Baptist, the biblical figure said to have baptized Jesus.
“There’s no way to be sure, of course, as there are no confirmed pieces of John the Baptist to compare to the fragments of bone. But the sarcophagus holding the bones was found near a second box bearing the name of St. John and his feast date (also called a holy day) of June 24. Now, new radiocarbon dating of the collagen in one of the bones pegs its age to the early first century, consistent with the New Testament and Jewish histories of John the Baptist’s life.”
Some bones found in Bulgaria which date back to the first century, consistent with when John the Baptist lived. Nearby is an artifact with June 24, a date of some significance to John. And there was some traffic between the Middle East and Europe.
Therefore the bones may be John the Baptists. Mind you, they were found with no name, no date, no nothing except a bit away, and that was a date, allegedly of significance. Wouldn’t a name have been better? Especially if it were someone famous, someone of whom you would want to keep track?
Out of all the people in the world, they may be John the Baptists. Keep in mind, these are people who say there’s not enough data to validate evolution, but there is for creationism.
Sometimes it’s a bit embarrassing to be human. This is one of those.