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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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