Shroud Of Turin Declared Authentic

December 22, 2011 by staff 

Shroud Of Turin Declared AuthenticShroud Of Turin Declared Authentic, You know a major Christian holiday is coming up when researchers are presenting their evidence for or against a holy site/object/person/story. This time, they’re a little off, though.

Here we’ve got The (U.K.) Telegraph reporting on Jesus burial cloths, called the Shroud of Turin, which Italian scientists have declared to be authentic and not a medieval-era forgery:

“The double image (front and back) of a scourged and crucified man, barely visible on the linen cloth of the Shroud of Turin, has many physical and chemical characteristics that are so particular that the staining … is impossible to obtain in a laboratory,” concluded experts from Italy’s National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Development.

Even though the report comes “just days before Christmas,” the shroud is more of an Easter thing. It was the dressing some believe Jesus left behind when he resurrected from the dead, a relic that’s been studied, examined, debated and written about for decades.

Where’s the story about wood chips from the baby Jesus’ authentic manger? About the astrological history of the Star of Bethlehem? The lack of record of a census being declared over Judea?

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