"Thank you for your replies. I'm curious, did everyone, or anyone, watch all the videos in their entirety? If not I have gone through to supply some interesting highlights in regards to some of the responses.
I found these parts most…"
"I heard about it too. The church said that the part of the shroud that was carbon dated represented a repaired part so the carbon dating did not reflect the true age of the shroud. My understanding is that other evidence such as spores in the shroud…"
Many years before, I have certainly read an article in the Reader's Digest that it has been proved that the cloth of the shroud was of 13th century make (or some such year, I don't remember correctly) thus proving that…"
"Pretty much, yeah. I grew up in the Catholic church, and I never heard the first thing about the Shroud until my late 20's, long after I had completely ditched the church. They don't talk about it much, because they know it's bullshit."
"If Jesus actually lived and the shroud was his burial cloth it just proves that the stories of his burial in the Bible are made up because they are very inconsistent with such a shroud as a burial cloth. If those stories are made up why…"
"You might appreciate this article from Skeptic:
Shroud of Turin: Redux
by Daniel Loxton
Skeptics sometimes express impatience with discussion of seemingly quaint paranormal claims. (“What, Bigfoot—again?”) But the great lesson of…"
Does any one have an explanation thus far about the SOT, or significant information revealing the truth behind the mystery? I question whether or not we will be able to solve this enigma within out lifetime (I'm 25 BTW). Although with the advancement in science and technology maybe I'm wrong. Does any have a theory of their own? I must admit this has me intrigued as a former Christian, yet as a skeptic I am only interested in the facts (not merely opinion).…See More