Sunday, April 13, 2014

The seam and missing corners of the Turin Shroud as characteristics of John Mark’s temple garment.

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A.A.M. van der Hoeven,, updated June 6, 2013

In this article I identify the garment left by the young man who "ran away naked" (Mark 14, 51-52) with the burial shroud of Jesus (John 19-20) and that young man with the secret disciple John Mark, co-author of the Gospel of John.
I explain that it is possible and probable that Joseph of Arimathea bought the garment to give Jesus a burial “as is the burial custom of the Jews” (John 19,40), namely: in a garment.

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