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USA Today reports that new testing has pushed the Shroud of Turin back to Christ's time: Many experts have stood by a 1988 carbon-14 dating of scraps of the cloth carried out by labs in Oxfo...

The Newest News on the Authenticity of the Shroud of Turin

USA Today reports that new testing has pushed the Shroud of Turin back to Christ's time: Many experts have stood by a 1988 dating of scraps of the cloth carried out by labs in Oxfo.

Frontal image of the Shroud of Turin in natural light.

Frontal image of the Shroud of Turin in natural light.

La Revista Vértigo, presenta una Infografía para entender la celebración de Semana Santa

La Revista Vértigo, presenta una Infografía para entender la celebración de Semana Santa

New study shows Man of the Shroud had “dislocated” arms. For the complete article please go to http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/world-news/detail/articolo/sindone-shroud-sudario-33948/

New study shows Man of the Shroud had “dislocated” arms. For the complete article please go to http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/world-news/detail/articolo/sindone-shroud-sudario-33948/

Here is part 4, "The Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium of Oviedo" (2), of my critique of historian Charles Freeman's, [Above: Perfect fit of ...

My critique of Charles Freeman's "The Turin Shroud and the Image of Edessa: A Misguided Journey," part "The Shroud of Turin and the Sudarium of Oviedo"

Flowers of the Shroud of Turin

Flowers of the Shroud of Turin

Turin, Almond, Miraculous, Israel, Christ, Santos, Almonds

Shroud of Turin - evidence it is authentic; the real shroud of Jesus Christ - BLOOD EVIDENCE (vs PAINT THEORY)  The blood on the Shroud is real, human male blood of the type AB (typed by Dr. Baima Ballone in Turin and confirmed in the U.S.).  This blood type is rare (about 3% of the world population), with the frequency varying from one region to another.

A summary of scientific and historical evidence supporting the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin as the ancient burial cloth of the historical Jesus of Nazareth. Iannone (mouse click photo for article link)

The Shroud of Turin superimposed on the Vilnius Divine Mercy image

The Shroud of Tourin superimposed on the Vilnius Divine Mercy image Newer Carbon Dating has shown a very good possibility that this is genuine.

Discovered in 1993, this drawing is from an illustrated manuscript known as the Hungarian Pray Manuscript dated to 1192. It is a pivotal document because it depicts the burial garment that was in Constantinople. There are two scenes, the one above shows the body of Jesus laid out on the shroud with his body being annointed with oil. The second scene below shows the body wrapped with four key features: The Soudarium which was the "other" cloth mentioned in John's gospel...

Discovered in 1993, this drawing is from an illustrated manuscript known as the Hungarian Pray Manuscript dated to 1192. It is a pivotal document because it depicts the burial garment that was in Constantinople. There are two scenes, the one above shows the body of Jesus laid out on the shroud with his body being annointed with oil. The second scene below shows the body wrapped with four key features: The Soudarium which was the "other" cloth mentioned in John's gospel...

Burned Threads of the Shroud: Two of Four photomicrographs that were taken at two locations near the dorsal image of the Shroud.

Burned Threads of the Shroud: Two of Four photomicrographs that were taken at two locations near the dorsal image of the Shroud.

Four of Five photomicrographs taken at the Small of Back from Shroud of Turin, this is a dense magnification of bloodstains of the small of back: Five photomicrographs were taken at the small of back from the Shroud of Turin. The first four photomicrographs show bloodstains at various magnifications

Four of Five photomicrographs taken at the Small of Back from Shroud of Turin, this is a dense magnification of bloodstains of the small of back: Five photomicrographs were taken at the small of back from the Shroud of Turin. The first four photomicrographs show bloodstains at various magnifications

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