What better time to ponder the burial cloth of Jesus than the day before Easter?
As the evening hours approach on this day before Easter, I happened on this fascinating article on the shroud of Turin, which is thought by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus. Will this ever be definitively proved? No, and neither will a 100% slam dunk piece of evidence proving God’s existence ever surface, for what a mockery that would make of the amazing gift of choice He gives us. The ability to live life as one pleases is a necessary factor for us humans to reach our highest potential and a God that forces our belief of Him through paint by the numbers evidence would greatly dishonor this.
Regardless, it’s a very interesting piece that touches on the more technical aspects of the Shroud, like the “distance information” that enables it to be read as a 3D map. It plainly shows a beaten, crucified Middle Eastern man with…
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