Science Meets the Shroud of Turin, Part 1

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This article was first published in the Fall 2017 issue of Bible and Spade.

Excerpt It is science that most accounts for the continuing interest in this old linen. Put simply, is what is to be seen on the Shroud the work of a late medieval artist, or could it be directly due to the death and resurrection of Christ? What follows is an introduction to three readily available sources for what modern science has learned about the Shroud of Turin... Continue reading

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