Two Cloths for Christ?: A Layman's Perspective on the Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium of Oviedo Greg Bowles Author
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Did Jesus leave behind physical evidence of His resurrection? This question has led to a modern-day war of words that began in the late 1890's with a set of photographs and continues to this day.A bloody cloth housed in Oviedo, Spain purportedly contains Jesus' blood. Another linen housed in Turin, Italy allegedly contains the eerie image of Jesus' crucified corpse. Known today as the Sudarium of Oviedo and the Shroud of Turin, these linens are allegedly the linens used in Jesus' burial. Skeptics argue that these linens are nothing more than forged medieval relics.Does history show that these linens originated in first-century Palestine? Can science explain the nature of the image and bloodstains found on the Shroud? Does the Bible support an argument that the image on the Shroud is that of the crucified Jesus? These are questions that have puzzled researchers for well over 100 years and are questions that deserve answers.


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