orangetom1999 wrote:There is nothing supernatural about the Shroud of Turin. It has been carbon dated to the 1400/1500s.
While I don't go along with carbon dating for millions of years...carbon dating is somewhat accurate within the half life of Carbon 14.
Also...remember..whenever someone quotes scientists as "Experts" be sure to attempt to determine who is paying the bills...this is sometimes an important clue as to the results...particularly in archeology and paleontology.
But the Shroud of Turin is not what some claim it is.
The RCC has enough relics to fill a museum. Enough pieces of the olde rugged cross to build a battleship.
The only thing of which I am interested in the RCC is what is in the classified section of the Vatican Library.
orangetom1999 wrote:The image on the Shroud of Turin is not consistent with the description in any of the Gospels of how Jesus was wrapped and prepared for burial in the tomb of Joseph of Arimathea.
The key word here is "wrapped" not laid out on photo paper.
Nor is it consistent with the known information/information's about how the Hebrews prepared their dead for burial.
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