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Originally posted by LazyGuy
Negative image: VERY difficult for an artist to fake. No one even knew what a negative image was until photography.
3D quality of image: Again VERY difficult to fake.
No binder present: The image can't be paint.
Image on surface only: Can't be a scorch.
Real Blood: Type AB.
Body was wrapped in shroud: Held by strip of cloth.
Cloth strip sewn back to edge: No forger would ever have thought to do this.
Wounds through wrist and heel: Exactly where a real crucification would be. Art places wounds in palms and feet.
Pray Manuscript: Reliably dated to 1196. Depicts burial of Jesus. Has details that might tie it to Shroud of Turin.
In 1204 AD A Shroud of Christ is on display: It was said to have been "Lifted Up" on every Friday.
Fold marks: The pattern isn't consistent. Suggests storage in a device used to display Shroud.
Man of Sorrows: Art depicting crucified Jesus that has similarities to Shroud. Image shown coming out of a box.
Storage theory put to test: They built a device that is consistent with fold marks that may have been used to display Shroud.
Gospel of John: Mentions burial cloth & face cloth being found it tomb of Jesus 3 days after death.
The Sudarium of Oviedo: Burial face cloth of Jesus. Reliably dated to 500 AD. Has features that seem to tie it to Shroud.
Shroud measures 2 X 8 in cubits: The unit of measure used in the day of Christ.
Originally posted by Neo Christian Mystic
Until otherwise proven the shroud is a proven hoax.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
carbon 14 dating can't be done reliably because of the fire)...