The Shroud of Turn
Here is something to prove Jesus walked and talked, the Shroud of Turn. The earliest historical record place to shroud. in Lirey, France between 1353 and 1357. The Vatican records show, that the shroud was possessed by the Knight Templar.
Many in the secular media dismissed the crowd as a medieval forery, and was debunked by carbon-14 tests. In 1988 they led researchers to estimate a date of origin between 1260 and 1390.
He says he was originally dubious of untested claims that the 1988 sample was taken from a re-weave.”It was embarrassing to have to agree with them,” Mr Rogers told the BBC News website. The 4m-long linen sheet was damaged in a fires, including a church blaze in 1532.
The Shroud of Turin is Jesus’ burial cloth?
Faith/belief in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ does not depend on physical. Solid documentation places it in this town in the northern mountains of Spain, from its founding in 761.
It appears to me that the image on the Shroud, which is actually scorched onto the fibers, was probably created by an extremely intense supernatural. Travelling at the speed of light.
What appears to be “trivial” to some, upon deeper reflection, may contain a rich depository of truth. The Gospels of Matthew[27:59–60], Mark[15:46] and Luke[23:53] state that Joseph of Arimathea wrapped the body of Jesus in a piece of linen cloth and placed it in a new tomb. The Gospel of John[19:38–40] refers to strips of linen used by Joseph of Arimathea and states that Apostle Peter found multiple pieces of burial cloth after the tomb was found open, strips of linen cloth for the body and a separate cloth for the head.[20:6–7] The Gospel of the Hebrews, a 2nd-century manuscript, states that Jesus gave the linen cloth to the servant of the priest.