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by Thomas Mary Sennott

Download Acheiropoeta: Not Made By Hands: The Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Holy Shroud of Turin ePub
  • ISBN 089870734X
  • ISBN13 978-0898707342
  • Language English
  • Author Thomas Mary Sennott
  • Publisher Ignatius Pr (January 1, 1999)
  • Pages 112
  • Formats rtf lrf lrf txt
  • Category Religion
  • Subcategory Religious Studies
  • Size ePub 1948 kb
  • Size Fb2 1185 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 968

This is the only book of its kind on the two most famous and controversial images in existence-the holy image of Our Lady of Guadalupe on the tilma of Juan Diego, and the sacred image of the crucified Christ on the holy Shroud of Turin. Written by a scientist-religious, it is a good rebuttal of those who would say either of these images is a fraud. Besides introducing the reader to the story behind these miraculous images of Jesus and Mary, it is an excellent resource book bringing the reader up to date with the latest findings from experts in the field of sindonology. The fraudulent carbon-fourteen test of 1998, which has been rejected by the prestigious scientific journal, Science Today, is answered by hard factual evidence to the contrary. Illustrated with many photos.

Not Made By Hands book.

Not Made By Hands book. An excellent book on the two most famous and controversial images in existence - the holy image of Our Lady of Guadalupe on the tilma of Juan Diego, and the sacred image of the crucified Christ on the Holy Shroud of Turin. Written by a scientist - religious, it is a good rebuttal of those who would say either of these images is a fraud. Well illustrated with many photos. Not Made By Hands: The Miraculous Images of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Shroud of Turin. by. Thomas M. Sennott. This is the only book of its kind on the two most famous and controversial images in existence-the holy image of Our Lady of Guadalupe on the tilma of Juan Diego, and the sacred image of the crucified Christ on the holy Shroud of Turin.

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Acheiropoieta - also called Icons Made Without Hands (and variants) - are Christian icons which are said to have come into existence miraculously; not created by a human. Invariably these are images of Jesus or the Virgin Mary.

This small book (just over 100 pages) is a good introduction to both the Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Holy Shroud of Turin. Recent scientific investigations on both images are addressed. The book is well-illustrated with photographs. This video was shot at our Munster, Perth house - beside the rose garden (beautiful roses, just like in Guadalupe).

our lady of guadalupe story is the blessed mother appearing on the cloak . There's nothing miraculous here The two holy images in the world are the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Shroud of Turin? Atheists,how do you explain the shroud.

our lady of guadalupe story is the blessed mother appearing on the cloak of juan diego. There's nothing miraculous here. It's wishful thinking combined with a possible hoax, combined with people being too enamored with Mary (and not enough with the message of Christ. The two holy images in the world are the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Shroud of Turin? Atheists,how do you explain the shroud of turin? Scientists cannot explain Our Lady of Guadalupe? More questions. Atheist: How do you EXPLAIN 'shroud of turin'?

The Truth About the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery Acheiropoeta: Not Made By Hands: The Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and . Certainly a book to be read by anyone interested in the Shroud of Turin. 2 people found this helpful.

The Truth About the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery Acheiropoeta: Not Made By Hands: The Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Holy Shroud of Turin The Rape of the Turin Shroud. 4 people found this helpful.

This book also provides scriptural and scientific information concerning the Turin Shroud and the tilma.

This book deals with the theology of Our Lady of Guadalupe - of the apparition and of the tilma and of the sacred image of the crucified Christ on the holy Shroud of Turin. This book also provides scriptural and scientific information concerning the Turin Shroud and the tilma. He divides the book into two separate sections.

Most Catholics know of the Holy Shroud of Turin, the tilma of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico, and the . Oddly enough, the Holy Shroud of Turin has the exact same fourfold pattern: This miraculous sidon was given to the King of Edessa along with the letter of Christ.

Most Catholics know of the Holy Shroud of Turin, the tilma of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico, and the Miraculous Veil of Saint Veronica. These three images are each acheiropoietos (Greek: Αχειροποίητος, meaning not-made-by-hands). Their origins are miraculous, that is, not painted by human hand. However, the world knows of an alleged fourth acheiropoietos image, the Holy Mandylion of Edessa. The King was then healed. The letters and Holy Mandylion/Shroud were kept as prized treasures.

This image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, along with the Shroud of Jesus in Turin . He is also the author of two books: Jerusalem, Jerusalem andThe Heavenly City.

This image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, along with the Shroud of Jesus in Turin, have possibly become the most mysterious images on earth. The more studies are made of the image and of the cloth, the more mysterious it all becomes, for believers and scientists alike. Mary of Guadalupe was the person who inserted a whole continent into Western Culture. Illustrated with 16 pages of color photos.

Talk about Acheiropoeta: Not Made By Hands: The Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and the Holy Shroud of Turin


Funky
This book deals with the theology of Our Lady of Guadalupe - of the apparition and of the tilma and of the sacred image of the crucified Christ on the holy Shroud of Turin. This book also provides scriptural and scientific information concerning the Turin Shroud and the tilma. In this book the author has taken it upon himself to share his exhaustive review on the attempts to discredit the Tilma of Blessed Juan Diego and the Shroud of Turin. He divides the book into two separate sections. We are then shown why such claims are not scientific and that these relics are an effective demonstration of the credibility of our Savior and the mystery of the cross. The author is mainly concerned with the questions of credibility and apologetics in this study; we are invited to accept the miracle of these icons as divinely appointed. And he shows how the scientific community could not disprove their authenticity. In fact this book shares the fraudulent carbon-fourteen test of 1998, which has been rejected by the prestigious scientific journal, Science Today, is answered by hard factual evidence to the contrary. There are many accompanying photos and illustrations in the book, and the books supplies many references, which are available for further reading.
Qus
"Not made by Hands" is a remarkable text, if for no other reason how convincing it is in its claims for which science is the demonstrator. I cannot recommend this work highly enough to anyone who has an interest in facts and data, not the old tired claptrap which continuously loses to battles where evidence is the arbiter. Brother Thomas Sennott has accomplished a great, great deal in so few pages to show the miraclous nature of the Guadalupe tilma. His comments on the Shroud go equally far. If you ever want to read a book that is precise, simple, accurate, and easy to understand about miracles and man's nonparticipation in them (for they are the word of the Divine), read this. You will be thinking on what Brother Thomas Sennott has written for quite some time.
Grari
Very well written that helps clarify many questions I had regarding the miracles!
Doath
This book contains some useful information on the scientific analysis of the Tilma, which has the imprint of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and the Shroud of Turin, but it is mainly a series of quotes from various believers and non-believers on the origin of these relics. This makes it hard to read and frankly rather uninteresting. If you are looking for an objective analysis of the scientific evidence for the validity of these relics, look elsewhere. As a practicing Catholic and scientist, I was disappointed at the lack of the author's objectivity toward the scientific analysis.
Yggfyn
I have not read this book but believe that another review appearing on this page needs to be corrected. This is an up-to-date investigation, both spiritual and temporal, of the miraculous images of Guadalupe and Turin. The section on Guadalupe includes chapters on The Mythology of the Aztec Indians, The Theology of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Genesis 3:15 and Apocalypse 12, The Anti-Apparitionists, and Science and the Image on the Tilma. The section on the Shroud includes chapters on Holy Scripture and the Holy Shroud and Science and the Holy Shroud. The text is heavily referenced and contains photographs and illustrations throughout.
Ironfire
Thirty pages into this book, I wondered who was Mr. Sennott's target audience. For believers in the miracles associated with the Virgin of Guadalupe, he provides scant details and those are poorly organized. For Skeptics he fills far too many pages with silly and dull quotations from other skeptics without ever giving a unified or focused defense of the image's authenticity. The section on the Shroud is only slightly less frustrating.

The problems may be with the editing. The chapters are too long and wander over many unrelated topics without a clear point. The reader cannot find what he does nor skip what he doesn't want to read.