Just after Easter, art historian Thomas de Wesselow released a book that promises to revolutionize how we see the Resurrection, and what some Christians think is a genuine artifact—the Shroud of Turin—as a witness to the sort of Resurrection that he’s arguing for.
Are there any other cases where a body has left such an imprint on an ancient shroud?
), and de Wesselow has absolutely no qualifications to speak on these fronts.
He may be qualified to speak about whether or not the Shroud could possibly be a work of medieval art, but he certainly has no stated qualifications regarding early Church history or New Testament interpretation.
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reviewed by Lita Cosner For millions of Christians, Easter is the celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.
The declaration of the empty tomb goes back to the very earliest records we have about Christianity, and from the beginning this formed the foundation of Christianity’s beliefs about what Jesus’ followers have to look forward to in their own resurrections.