Quad Cities Catholic physician believes Jesus died from excessive blood loss

Jesus is depicted on the cross in this crucifix from St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Peoria Heights, Illinois. Dr. Timothy Millea, an orthopedic surgeon from Bettendorf, Iowa, believes that Jesus likely died from an excessive loss of blood. (The Catholic Post file/Jennifer Willems)

DAVENPORT, Iowa — Jesus likely died from excessive blood loss, a local Catholic physician said April 4 during a talk that examined the 18 hours of Christ’s passion and crucifixion from a medical perspective. “Christ emptied himself,” said Dr. Timothy Millea, an orthopedic surgeon who is president of the local guild of the Catholic Medical […]

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