Jonathan Pearce wrote about question of why Jesus' tomb was not venerated.
Any other ad hoc (Christian) rationalisation is simply not good enough - it doesn't answer the question well enough, the question "Why was the tomb of Jesus, God incarnate, not venerated?
Let us even use the the same definition for veneration he uses.
By veneration, I mean the worship or religious and spiritual respect given to (dead) people or places deemed as important to the religion or cult. In Catholic traditions, veneration of Saints has been a long-held tradition.
If you believe that Jesus rose from the dead why would worship at the place where he was buried. He is not there! On top of that there is the first commandment that would mean it is a bad idea to worship anything else or anyone else other than God.
Definitely this is a failed argument!
Debunking Christianity: Why was Jesus' tomb not venerated?