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Shroud of Turin Is A Fake, Say Scientists

The Shroud of Turin, revered by many as proof positive of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, is a fake, according to non-profit group The Skeptics Society. “It’s like Big Foot. Every time someone comes up with a new theory or whatnot, it’s gets a big flurry of attention.” said co-founder Pat Linse. The Shroud received a surge of media attention …

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Shroud Of Turin Research Has One Doctor Convinced It’s The Real Thing

The Shroud of Turin is one of the most controversial artifacts to have ever been found. The piece of cloth depicts a man’s face, hands and legs that many claim to be the body of Jesus Christ. For some, it’s proof that Jesus lived, died and was resurrected. For others, it’s a dirty piece of cloth that people put too …

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Shroud of Turin: New Study Results May Debunk Theory of Cloth’s Inauthenticity

The Shroud of Turin has long-been one of the greatest mysteries of the world, since it was first mentioned in documents and publications back in the Middle Ages. The shroud clearly depicts the imprint of a man’s face and torso, which greatly resemble the pictures of Jesus Christ we have today. Scientists and scholars have studied the cloth and tried …

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Shroud of Turin: Could It Be Real?

The Shroud of Turin’s authenticity has been the focus of debates for decades. The piece of cloth that shows the imprint of a man’s face is believed to be the sheet that covered Jesus’ body after he was crucified in 33 A.D. The Catholic Church does not have an official statement regarding the authenticity of the fabric, but thousands of …

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Shroud Of Turin The Result Of Earthquake?

It is the most highly revered and yet highly debated piece of cloth in history. Some say the Shroud of Turin is a testament to not only to the existence of Jesus Christ, but also that his crucifixion happened. The shroud gets its name from the Turin Cathedral where thousands are said the visit each year to see the legendary …

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Shroud Of Turin: Mystery Solved?

For years, the Shroud of Turin has been rumored to be the burial cloth of Jesus. The tattered and ancient cloth is “stained” with the image of a man’s face and body. The image on the cloth seems to suggest that the person it covered was crucified. Those who have studied the cloth have been able to find what appears …

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