This book is, therefore, very important with respect to the Turin Shroud.
It is unique in its genre and a very useful tool for those who want to study the subject deeply.
If queried for their opinion about the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, probably 9 out of every 10 people would essentially say the same thing — carbon testing performed in 1988 clearly proved that the religious artifact was nothing more than a brilliantly conceived fraud.
I love these kinds of mysteries on the borders of the explicable, the sort of stuff you find in books such as Paul Badde’s .
All these phenomena frustrate the predicative and calculative understandings of reason, which is not to say that those are the only understandings of reason available to us.
The new examination dates the shroud to between 300 BC and 400 AD, which would put it in the era of Christ.
It determined that the earlier results may have been skewed by contamination from fibers used to repair the cloth when it was damaged by fire in the Middle Ages, the British newspaper reported.
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