Harrison: Roman Catholic Books, 1953.
Hardcover. 8" X 5 1/2". 178pp. Very mild shelf wear to covers, corners, and edges of glossy pictorial over boards. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is tight and sound. Article on the death of Jesus' physical body laid in.
ABOUT THIS BOOK:
What the Gospels don't reveal about Christ's sufferings, science does.
While the Gospels relate only the barest essentials concerning the physical suffering of Jesus, Dr. Pierre Barbet addresses these gaps with scientific inquiry. A Doctor at Calvary provides a forensic pathologist's analysis of the Holy Shroud of Turin, which reveals the graphic account of Jesus's suffering at the hands of the Romans. Through a modern medical lens, Dr. Barbet examines the methods of infliction and physiological effects of each wound. He also delves into the historic practice and mechanics of crucifixion.
This classic, with its engrossing and sympathetic portrayal of the Passion, has ignited religious devotion in clerics and laymen for over half a century. A Doctor at Calvary is a quintessential study for Lenten meditation and for those interested in understanding the crux of Christianity.(Publisher). Very good +. Item #6813