|Author||J. M. Hardin|
|Publisher||Starry Night Publishing|
|Publication Date||October 12, 2014|
The Shroud of Turin seems to be the burial Shroud of Jesus of Nazareth, crucified in the environs of Jerusalem in the first century of the Common Era. Is it genuine? Yes.
A recent app for the iPad (Shroud 2.0) provides high-definition images.
The Gospel of John seems to contain eyewitness accounts of the mission, trial, and execution of Jesus of Nazareth written shortly after his death. Is it true that it contains such accounts? Yes.
Can both these assertions be “true” beyond reasonable doubt?
The Shroud of Turin and the Gospel of John are two independent artifacts with no possibility of collusion. The agreement found between them, that they support and testify for each other, means that both are accurate representations of events two thousand years ago.
The Shroud of Turin is the burial Shroud of Jesus of Nazareth.
The Gospel of John reveals, with the accuracy and precision of an eyewitness, the mission of Jesus of Nazareth.
The battle of Issus between Alexander the Great and Darius III in November of 333 BCE opened Palestine to the west and began the tension between reason and faith that extends to the present day.