Shroud of Turin

We live in a world where science and religion have often been on opposing sides.
But is all that changing?
For the first time, science and religion have come together to uncover an age-old mystery.
Who was Jesus Christ?
What did he actually look like?
And can the story of his death and resurrection now be proven as true?
Viewers around the world are in the jury box
as newly found scientific discoveries are presented by
scholars, scientists, and historians
in an unflinching search for evidence
and nothing has been held back.

Grizzly Adams® Productions documentary,
The Fabric of Time:
Are the Secrets of the Universe Hidden in an Ancient Cloth?,
Science and Religion may be working together
to reveal newly found scientific discoveries
about a three dimensional holographic image of Christ
contained in two dimensional photographic negatives
of the Shroud of Turin.

This DVD can be viewed by clicking here :
https://priestking.wordpress.com/shroud-of-turin/shroud-d-v-d/
and then following the link provided by T B N   ( Trinity Broadcasting ) .

“Many Christians believe that the Shroud of Turin is the cloth that was wrapped around Christ’s body
when He was placed in a tomb in Jerusalem 2000 years ago,”
“To them, the imprint on the cloth is the sacred image of Christ that was projected onto the cloth when He rose from the dead. Today, with quantum leaps forward in science, we are learning that a whole new realm of physics may also be related to the shroud.”

The shroud is a piece of ancient linen cloth 14 feet 3 inches long by 3 feet 7 inches wide.
It contains a negative image of a man who appears to have been severely beaten and crucified.
The front and backside of the man’s body are imprinted on the burial cloth.
By using laser technology, two-dimensional photographic negatives of the image
become anatomically accurate three-dimensional holograms of a man.
Identifying this man and discovering the process that created such a scientifically advanced image
of a human body thousands of years ago has captivated scientists and scholars for centuries.

The Shroud of Turin is a centuries old linen cloth that bears the image of a crucified man.
A man that millions believe to be Jesus of Nazareth.
Is it really the cloth that wrapped his crucified body,
or is it simply a medieval forgery,
a hoax perpetrated by some clever artist?
Modern science has completed hundreds of thousands of hours of detailed study and intense research on the Shroud.
It is, in fact, the single most studied artifact in human history,
and we know more about it today than we ever have before.
And yet, the controversy still rages.

The shroud is a piece of ancient linen cloth 14 feet 3 inches long by 3 feet 7 inches wide.
It contains a negative image of a man who appears to have been severely beaten and crucified.
The front and backside of the man’s body are imprinted on the burial cloth.
By using laser technology, two-dimensional photographic negatives of the image
become anatomically accurate three-dimensional holograms of a man.
Identifying this man and discovering the process that created such a scientifically advanced image
of a human body thousands of years ago has captivated scientists and scholars for centuries.

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