The Image of Guadalupe

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Mercer University Press, 1994 - 132 páginas
The world-renowned Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe has mystified and evoked the adoration of millions since its first appearance in Mexico City in 1531. The origin of the Image has baffled believer and skeptic alike.
In his unparallelled examination of the Guadalupe mystery, Professor Jody Brant Smith, equally sensitive to the demands of objectivity and reverence, diligently applies current techniques of scientific and historical scrutiny like that used in investigating the Shroud of Turin to determine if the Image is attributable to myth or miracle.
Here he continues his discussion of the enigmatic origin and history of the Image and offers new insight from his career-long exploration of the Guadalupan mystery.
 

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Contenido

Our Lady of Guadalupe
1
Not Made with Human Hands
9
Impossible Coincidences
29
In Search of Mary
35
The Image Lost and Found
45
The Right Eye of the Virgin
53
Science and the Miraculous
61
The Living Image
71
The Prime Relation
93
Americas Oldest Book
96
The Apologia of Mier
107
Proofs of the Apparition
113
Annals of Bartolache
117
Reply of Fr Juan de Tovar
118
Pensacola and Guadalupe
121
Bibliography
127

Epilogue
75
Appendixes
83

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Jody Brant Smith is assistant professor of philosophy at Pensacola Junior College in Florida.

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