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The Shroud of Turin and its Significance for Biblical Studies
Faculty Publications and Presentations
  • Gary Habermas, Liberty University
Publication Date
3-1-1981
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Published in the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 24 no 1 Mr 1981, p 47-54.
Abstract
This essay addresses the four areas most commonly questioned in a study of the shroud of Turin: its history, its relationship with the NT descriptions of Jewish burial techniques, correlations with the person of Jesus, and any possible evidence for his resurrection. Evangelical critics usually concentrate on the NT data related to Jesus' burial: the author therefore gives special attention to this area.
Citation Information
Gary Habermas. "The Shroud of Turin and its Significance for Biblical Studies" (1981)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gary_habermas/1/