The Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin A shroud A divine mystery A dangerous quest In THE SHROUD OF TURIN than two thousand years ago the body of Christ was wrapped in cloth after the Crucifixion and the imprint of His body s wounds left

  • Title: The Shroud of Turin
  • Author: Summer Lee Verna Hargrove
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A shroud A divine mystery A dangerous quest In THE SHROUD OF TURIN, than two thousand years ago, the body of Christ was wrapped in cloth after the Crucifixion and the imprint of His body s wounds left physical evidence on the cloth, including DNA Now, when Daniel DiBenedetto, psychology graduate, is financially cut off by his parents, he visits Dr Alan Cranston,A shroud A divine mystery A dangerous quest In THE SHROUD OF TURIN, than two thousand years ago, the body of Christ was wrapped in cloth after the Crucifixion and the imprint of His body s wounds left physical evidence on the cloth, including DNA Now, when Daniel DiBenedetto, psychology graduate, is financially cut off by his parents, he visits Dr Alan Cranston, assistant to the president of a university Daniel requests grant money to study the psychological ramifications of biblical artifacts on various cultures Instead, Alan arranges for Daniel to join historian Magena Night cloud in Italy, as she studies the Shroud of Turin After a man is murdered during a robbery, evidence points to Daniel as the prime suspect A fugitive from the Italian police, the only way that Daniel might prevail is to develop faith in God s power When another death rocks his foundation, Daniel must unconditionally trust in God if he is to survive But is he worthy As their mission evolves into something dangerous and complex than they bargained for, Daniel and Magena must go undercover and in so doing, they meet their greatest challenges Magena is faithful to God, but without God s help, will Daniel, a nonbeliever, prevail against an evil, dangerous enemy THE SHROUD OF TURIN, the first novel in the Reluctant Hero series by acclaimed Christian author Summer Lee, features psychology graduate Daniel DiBenedetto and historian Magena Night cloud Together, they research biblical artifacts and discover Christian meaning in their adventure quests.

    One thought on “The Shroud of Turin”

    1. Quick readIt was good. But the parts of the book written in Italian wasn't necessary. I felt a little cheated the way the book ended. I will read part 2 though

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