Revelation of the Magi by Brent Landau

Not being a scholar of the early church, there is not much I can add to the discussion of the issues surrounding the date, and impact on the early church, etc. But the story itself is a fascinating, and at times fantastical, glimpse into the storytelling of the ancient world. A very different take on the famous Christmas story. The scholarly foundation should not put you off, however, as It is a quick and enjoyable read. So if you have an interest in apocryphal works of the early church or...

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In the Mail: The Truth About The Shround of Turin

The Truth About the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery by Robert K. Wilcox From the Inside Flap Is the shroud of Turin—an ancient linen bearing the mysterious image of a man, purported to be Jesus of Nazareth—the ingenious work of an artist, or the true shroud of Christ? For centuries, this question has perplexed and enticed the most brilliant minds. Now, in The Truth about the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery, journalist Robert K. Wilcox investigates every aspect of the shroud’s...

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In the Mail: The Truth About The Shround of Turin

The Truth About the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery by Robert K. Wilcox From the Inside Flap Is the shroud of Turin—an ancient linen bearing the mysterious image of a man, purported to be Jesus of Nazareth—the ingenious work of an artist, or the true shroud of Christ? For centuries, this question has perplexed and enticed the most brilliant minds. Now, in The Truth about the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery, journalist Robert K. Wilcox investigates every aspect of the shroud’s...

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