trying to find a way to post here a series on the Shroud, which covers briefly the main points for and against. I had already started a PowerPoint presentation on the Shroud back in 2009, which I intended to eventually use in presentations to interested church and any other groups. An attractive feature of PowerPoint for me is that it forces one to be brief! So if I could restart my PowerPoint presentation and then post it here to my TSoT blog, then I would `kill two birds with one stone.’
But there does not seem any way that one can directly post a PowerPoint to Blogger. Googling "PowerPoint Blogger" came up with a number of sites offering ways of posting a PowerPoint to Blogger but these all seemed to be through a third party. I eventually found by trial and error that I could copy-and-paste from PowerPoint via Microsoft Paint to Outlook Express (which is the way I prefer to post to Blogger). So here goes …!
And since then he has created a series of interesting posts – nine so far – called “Shroud of Turin: Burial sheet of Jesus!,” followed by a number and a subtitle. Here is the list in reverse-blog order:
- #1 Title page
- #2 Contents
- #3 About me
- #4 The Shroud’s image is a photographic negative!
- #5 What is the Shroud of Turin?
- #6 An old, yellowed, rectangular, linen sheet about 4.4 x 1.1 metres
- #7 Kept in the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Turin, Italy, since 1578
- #8 Bears the faint image, front and back, head to head, of a naked man
- #9 The man has wounds and bloodstains matching the Gospels’ description of the suffering and crucifixion of Jesus Christ
The subtitles are growing longer. Number 9, from just two days ago, relates to some of the conversations we have been having on this blog.