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‘Finding Jesus’: Shroud of Turin Q&A – CNN

Mar 03, 2015 · Religion professor and “Finding Jesus” series consultant Mark Goodacre answers viewers’ questions about the first episode, “The Shroud of Turin.”

Examining the Shroud of Turin – CNN Video

Feb 25, 2015 · In the premiere episode of “Finding Jesus,” the Shroud of Turin reveals clues that may point all the way back to the Bible.

Barrie Schwortz on the CNN Shroud of Turin Program

Mar 06, 2015 · The Shroud of Turin may be the real burial cloth of Jesus. The carbon dating, once seemingly proving it was a medieval fake, is now widely thought of as suspect and meaningless.

The Bible and Interpretation – The CNN Shroud of Turin

The CNN Shroud of Turin. The Turin shroud has 38.6 threads per cm at the warp and 25.7 threads per cm at the weft which is very high compared to linen textiles manufactured at the Land of Israel which usually have 10–15 threads per cm at the warp and 15–20 threads per cm at the weft.

CNN | Shroud of Turin Blog

Feb 19, 2015 · CNN Jesus Series Premiers with the Shroud – A review by Robert K. Wilcox, author of “Shroud” (1977) and “The Truth About the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery” (2010) Revisiting the Shroud of Turin – After CNN – Link to the blog of biblical scholar Dr. Simon J. Joseph , a recent contributor to who also posted the link on the

CNN’s “Finding Jesus”: Disingenuous Look at Turin “Shroud

REASON. SCIENCE. SECULAR VALUES. Investigative Briefs. Joe Nickell is a former stage magician, private investigator, and teacher. He’s authored numerous books, including Inquest on the Shroud of Turin (1998), Pen, Ink and Evidence (2003), Unsolved History (2005) and Adventures in Paranormal Investigation (2007).

Pope prays before Shroud of Turin – CNN

Jun 21, 2015 · Pope Francis prayed Sunday before the Shroud of Turin, a strip of cloth that some believe was used for the burial of Jesus Christ.


CNN’s Finding Jesus Loses Him – Shroud of Turin

CNN’s Finding Jesus loses Him. by John C. Klotz, author of The Coming of the Quantum Christ Nowhere is that convergence more evident than in the study of the Shroud of Turin. There is a trio of intellectual disciplines that must be included in any analysis: Science, History and Theology.