Now we're getting somewhere. Even the Bible doesn't have a description of Jesus' resurrection. These texts must be in the public domain. Got links?
I don't understand. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts owns a mint condition Shekel of Tyre, a silver "Temple coin."
Science can't disprove that this was one of the coins paid to Judas. Does that mean that this coin is evidence that Judas betrayed Jesus for money? Why not, if it agrees with the Bible account, and science can't disprove it? Must be so, right?
By the way, how does a cloth being stained in way that suggests having been laid upon a corpse bear on whether the corpse came back to life? Is it a clue that the corpse looks like Albrecht Durer?
So, what you're saying is that nobody else knows what staining the funerary linen would have to do with reanimation, either.
Great. Anyone may believe on faith whatever they like, without any complaint from me. It's when you try to pass off a cloth stain you can't explain as evidence that you know the explanation, that's when I object.