Scientists: Turin Shroud (Depecting J...

Scientists: Turin Shroud (Depecting Jesus' resurrection) ‘is not a forgery’

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Open eyes

Lewisburg, TN

#1 Mar 29, 2013
According to scientists at the University of Padua in Northern Italy, experiments that show the shroud dates back to around the time of Christ's life. When you consider that there are no substances on the cloth that were conceivably used by an artist, and the fact that the blood on the cloth is human blood, it would suggest that the cloth is probably authentic. Scientists, including Prof Fanti, used infra-red light and spectroscopy – the measurement of radiation intensity through wavelengths – to analyse fibres from the shroud, which is kept in a special climate-controlled case in Turin.
http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/shroud-t...
Shazaam

Franklin, TN

#2 Mar 30, 2013
Open eyes wrote:
According to scientists at the University of Padua in Northern Italy, experiments that show the shroud dates back to around the time of Christ's life. When you consider that there are no substances on the cloth that were conceivably used by an artist, and the fact that the blood on the cloth is human blood, it would suggest that the cloth is probably authentic. Scientists, including Prof Fanti, used infra-red light and spectroscopy – the measurement of radiation intensity through wavelengths – to analyse fibres from the shroud, which is kept in a special climate-controlled case in Turin.
http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/shroud-t...
The Easter Bunny is coming tomorrow, too!
Wonder girl

Lewisburg, TN

#3 Mar 30, 2013
Shazaam wrote:
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The Easter Bunny is coming tomorrow, too!
Doubtful... I ran the rabbit over last night on the way to the bar. Basket and smashed eggs all over the road. Sorry kids!
Neighbor

Elora, TN

#4 Mar 30, 2013
Open eyes wrote:
According to scientists at the University of Padua in Northern Italy, experiments that show the shroud dates back to around the time of Christ's life. When you consider that there are no substances on the cloth that were conceivably used by an artist, and the fact that the blood on the cloth is human blood, it would suggest that the cloth is probably authentic. Scientists, including Prof Fanti, used infra-red light and spectroscopy – the measurement of radiation intensity through wavelengths – to analyse fibres from the shroud, which is kept in a special climate-controlled case in Turin.
http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/shroud-t...
Yes, that was probably the cloth that Jesus was wrapped in before he rose again, but cloth or no cloth, I know that Christ rose again and spoke to many people before he ascended into the heavens and that he will be back for us! I wish that people understood this and would be ready for him.

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