If you are nearby, do go. According to the Beaconsfield paper there will be a showing of the 2010 Exposition of the Shroud of Turin Thursday, January 20 at St Michael’s Anglican Church. David Rolfe, the head of the production company that produced the film will provide a talk.
The showing at St Michael’s on St Michael’s Green starts at 7.30pm. Admission is free but seats can be reserved for £5 by emailing email@example.com
For more information contact the Rev’d Camilla Walton (pictured) at the parsonage.
According to Rolfe (and I quite agree):
The Shroud of Turin is either the most awesome and instructive relic of Jesus Christ in existence or one of the most unbelievably clever products of the human mind and hand on record. It is one or the other. There is no middle ground.
See UK premier in Beaconsfield of new film on shroud of turin – Communities – Beaconsfield
The oldest physical description of Jesus by Pilate and various others, who lived at the time of Jesus, confirm the image detailed on the Shroud of Turin.
See the link.
Physical Description of Jesus
Physical Descriptions of Jesus The Oldest Views and Literary Data on the External … Pilate to Tiberius Caesar describing the physical appearance of Jesus. …
http://www.thenazareneway.com/likeness_of_our_saviour.htm – Cached – Similar
Further, the image taken by the Chandra Telescope from 1700 years ago, titled “Hand of God” is also very similar to the Shroud image of Jesus. Note the crown of red stars on the head. If one were to place the Chandra image next to the head on the Shroud image it would be clear the images are the same.
Check out the Chandra image under google images “Hand of God.”
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