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Vickie H. from RONAN, MT
Reviewed on 2/10/2010...
very fascinating stuff!
Kay Burningham, Attorney at Law, Park City, Utah
Kay Burningham | Park City, UT United States | 04/07/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a well done documentary about the 'Shroud of Turin' which uses forensic pathology to support a remarkable theory relating quantum physics/the event horizon to the Resurrection. The presentation by a forensic pathologist to explain the physical evidence on the shroud is very convincing. The theory the evidence on the shroud, when interpreted in light of current principles of quantum physicis may prove the Resurrection, is equally compelling. A definite 'must see' for both skeptics and believers."
The Shroud of Turin - DVD
David E. Gracely | 08/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
I remember in my senior class being told by my Chemistry teacher that "you can't put God in a test tube." I still liked my Chem teacher. He was a cool guy.
Anyway, for those who want an evaluation of physical evidence for the resurrection, this is where the scientists, both pro and con, have been given their wish---a chance to put God in a test tube so to speak.
When I first heard of the shroud of Turin thirty years ago, I dismissed it as not genuine, because my understanding was that there was a face cloth along with the grave clothes. This documentary gives a clear discription of the face cloth as well, which has a pattern of blood splotches on it that match ones found on the main shroud. This relic is presently being kept in Spain.
Unfortunately, because the Roman Catholic church has both these cloths in their possession, it stands to reason that many Protestants will dismiss this physical evidence out of hand. This, I feel, is a mistake. Even though I am a conservative Baptist, I do believe the Catholic Church has done a service to the world by protecting these relics. There is no doubt in my mind that they are genuine, even though the radiocarbon date does not support the shroud's authenticity.
I would caution those who take the radio carbon date of the shroud seriously to keep something in mind; the shroud went through a fire in 1532 and was even burnt through in several places. It is hard to imagine how this would not adversely affect the shroud's carbon content and throw off the radioactive carbon date.
One must be careful how much faith is put into this dating method, especially when different tissue samples from the same mammoth have been radioactive carbon dated at more than 2,000 years apart.
I would encourage those who are open-minded to sound, scientific evidence to get this DVD. I believe the Almighty has allowed this physical evidence to be preserved for examination by this highly scientific and sketical age---evidence which could not be as thoroughly examined until the advent of today's highly sophisticated scientific equipment."
Emmanuel Cabahug | Ft. Stewart, GA | 10/03/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I watched the documentary. I'm a Catholic Christian. I had some doubts of the Shroud before watching this video. Now that I finished it, I do believe the Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus Christ. The graphic analysis by a pathologist is shocking. The only other source we have about the crucifixion is the Bible.
The image of the shroud show a man had his side pierced just like Jesus in the Bible. He was also scourge 160 times. No man have suffer this much before the first Century. We only know one man. Jesus Christ, who is both God and Man."