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Cambridge academic art historian, agnostic Thomas de Wesselow, on the Turin Shroud

Turin Shroud linked to Resurrection of Christ: the Shroud has baffled scholars through the ages but in his new book, The Sign, Thomas de Wesselow reveals a new theory linking the cloth to the Resurrection The Vatican, since 1983 the owner of this … Continue reading

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Barrie Schwortz, a Jewish expert on the Turin Shroud, explains why he is convinced that it is authentic

Barrie Schwortz, a Jewish man who was part of a team that conducted the first in-depth scientific examination of the Turin Shroud, explains why he is convinced that the cloth is authentic At the very beginning of my involvement with … Continue reading

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Update on the latest scientific findings about the Shroud of Turin: image “is impossible to obtain in a laboratory”

Italian study claims Turin Shroud is Christ’s authentic burial robe The new study suggests that one of Catholic Christianity’s most prized but mysterious relics, the Turin Shroud, is not a medieval forgery but could be the authentic burial robe of Christ. … Continue reading

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The Shroud of Turin can’t be a medieval fake — ENEA scientists conclude after five-year study

As the saying goes, I don’t have a dog in this race — I have no idea if the Shroud of Turin is a genuine or “constructed” holy relic.  But the latest scientific findings are very interesting – that they found it … Continue reading

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