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Vatican researcher in Turin Shroud claim

By T.K. Randall
November 22, 2009 · Comment icon 5 comments



Image Credit: djrue @ Flickr
The ever present debate over the authenticity of the Turin Shroud has been rekindled after a Vatican researcher has claimed that faint writing present on the linen proves that it is genuinely the burial cloth of Jesus.
A Vatican researcher has rekindled the age-old debate over the Shroud of Turin, saying that faint writing on the linen proves it was the burial cloth of Jesus.


Source: Yahoo! News | Comments (5)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by :PsYKoTiC:BeHAvIoR: 13 years ago
I sense a can of religious worms opening soon.
Comment icon #2 Posted by jholland 13 years ago
The link to the full article is broken. Here's a link to aol.com's coverage http://news.aol.com/article/vatican-researcher-sees-writing-on/704189
Comment icon #3 Posted by REBEL 13 years ago
This just in: Shrouded in mystery no more: The Vatican claim their top scientists have uncovered the true identity of the mysterious figure on the shroud. exclusive pics finally released...
Comment icon #4 Posted by DONTEATUS 13 years ago
This just in: Shrouded in mystery no more: The Vatican claim their top scientists have uncovered the true identity of the mysterious figure on the shroud. exclusive pics finally released... With a Little Hepl From His Freinds! !! Great One Rebel ! I`ll Eat to Thaty
Comment icon #5 Posted by Piney 13 years ago
I sense a can of religious worms opening soon. *zzziiippp POP!* I highly doubt Jesus looked as Northern European as the image om the shroud. Although the current Pope probably would claim he was Aryan. Lapiche


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