[Sca-cooks] tablecloth, shroud or food cover?
lordhunt at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 06:28:44 PDT 2007
> What this could have to do with the Shroud of
> Turin (which didn't surface 'til the 14th century) is beyond me.
This site reveals new findings on the Shroud of Turin. Fascinating
In the same article you will see that in 1993 Rebecca Jackson,
co-founder of the Turin Shroud Center of Colorado, published a theory
that the shroud used to bury Jesus was the tablecloth used in the Last
Supper. Apparently Joseph of Arimathea was not only on the burial
committee but also on the planning committee that set up the Last Supper
so in haste grabbed the tablecloth to use as a shroud. Alas, apparently
she has no proof. It is just a theory.
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