12, 2000 file photo, The Holy Shroud, a 14 foot-long linen revered by some as the burial cloth of Jesus, is shown at the Cathedral of Turin, Italy. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni) Everyone knows The Holy Shroud, the centuries-old cloth that many believe
The Shroud of Turin is very likely not the product of Medieval fakery, say Italian researchers who used modern technology to test the holy cloth's authenticity. Over five years of work, the scientists blasted modern linen with
Just days before Christmas, a new study has emerged that suggests that one of Christianity's most prized but mysterious relics – the Turin Shroud – is not a medieval forgery but could be the authentic burial robe of Christ.
By Nick Squires, The Daily Telegraph December 19, 2011 A new study suggests that one of Christianity's most prized but mysterious relics – the Turin Shroud – is not a medieval forgery and could be the burial robe of Christ.
This just in: Shroud of Turin is real, Christianity vindicated! Nearly everyone knows about the Shroud of Turin, a cloth containing the images of a man, and said to be the burial cloth of Jesus. Here it is: Dating of the cloth has