the transfiguration

Changes in Jesus’ body at the resurrection affecting the Shroud of Turin

The Shroud of Turin proves the Resurrection

Changes in Jesus’ body at the resurrection affecting the Shroud of Turin

the transfiguration Jesus’ Body after the Resurrection was changed from a dead Body to a new Resurrection Body. The changes in his Body may well have been similar to changes at the Transfiguration, when He assumed His Glorified Body, and “shone like the sun”.

Review of Section 14: Jesus was in Eternity at the Transfiguration

  1. Jesus was almost certainly in Eternity during the Transfiguration, since Jesus was accompanied by Moses and Elijah, who had died many centuries previously.
  2. At the Transfiguration Jesus’ Body “shone like the sun”, and his clothing was also “as bright as light”.
  3. Jesus was present in His Glorified Body at the Transfiguration, as we will probably see Him in Heaven.

Parallels between the Transfiguration and the Resurrection

pinky sky We believe that similar supernatural events took place at the Transfiguration and the Resurrection, allowing the body of Jesus Christ to enter Eternity on both occasions.

If this is correct, then as Jesus Christ entered Eternity, the atoms of His Body at the Resurrection accelerated dramatically (see Section 17). At the Resurrection, His Body was changed from a dead Body to a Resurrected Glorified Body.

In His Resurrected Glorified Body Jesus Christ is described in Revelation as follows: “His head and hair were white like wool, as white as snow, and His eyes like a flame of fire; His feet were like fine brass, as if refined in a furnace, and His voice as the sound of many waters” Revelation 1:14-16

At the Resurrection Jesus Christ entered Eternity and probably emitted radiation and light, as He did at the Transfiguration

  1. figure of light According to Theoretical Physics, at the speed of light Time ceases to exist, and Eternity is entered.
  2. We believe that as Jesus’ Body entered Eternity, Time ceased to exist, and the molecules of His Body were moving at the speed of light, according to Theoretical Physics.
  3. We believe that Jesus’ Body probably emitted both light and subatomic particles, moving at the speed of light.
  4. We believe that this radiation was possibly similar to cosmic radiation, which consists of subatomic particles moving at a speed approaching the speed of light.
  5. We are told in the Bible that “God is Light,” 1 John 1:5.
  6. The Shroud almost certainly became “as white as light”.
  7. This phenomenon was probably similar to Jesus’ clothing at the Transfiguration which also became as white as light, due to light from Jesus’ Body shining through them (see Section 16).
  8. This phenomenon was probably also similar to Moses’ face after en encounter with God (see Section 16).
  9. Moses’ face shone with light, so we believe that The Shroud probably also shone with light.

However, whilst on Earth following the Resurrection Jesus displayed different physical attributes:

  1. He still bore the marks of the wounds in His hands, feet, and chest wall (John 20:20).
  2. He could be seen and touched as a physical Body of flesh and bone (Matthew 28:9, Luke 24:37-39).
  3. He invited people to examine His Body (Luke 24:39-40, John 20:20, 27).
  4. Jesus ate and drank with His disciples after His Resurrection (Luke 24:41-43; Acts 10:41).
  5. Jesus could appear and disappear in a closed room, indicating that He was not confined to the normal physical laws of time and space.
  6. After His Resurrection, Jesus Christ appeared to Mary Magdalene by the Tomb (John 20:10-18), Mary and the other women (Matthew 28:1-10), Peter (1 Corinthians 15:5), two disciples on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35), ten disciples (Luke 24:36-49), eleven disciples in a room (John 20:24-31), seven disciples by the Sea of Galilee (John 21), all the disciples (Matthew 28:16-20), five hundred people (1 Corinthians 15:6), James (1 Corinthians 15:7), all the disciples again before He ascended to Heaven (Acts 1:4-8) accompanied by two men in white clothes (possibly Moses and Elijah), and to Saul in his way to Damascus (Acts 9:1-9) who became Paul.
  7. In other words, Jesus Christ appears to have been living outside the fourth dimension, Time.

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