I have not seen this video before: Thomas de Wesselow discussing his theory that the Shroud of Turin provides an explanation as to why the first Christians came to believe in the Resurrection. It is an IdeaCity series page at Hulu.com. The video was made on June 18, 2012 and just published yesterday at DailyMotion. It runs 22 minutes.
Barrie Schwortz writes on the STERA Facebook page:
Last week I participated in the filming of a new documentary that is taking a completely novel (and refreshing) approach to presenting information about the Shroud of Turin. Rather than the usual talking heads in white lab coats that argue for or against authenticity, this program follows the research of Parker Dow (hidden behind the camera in the photo), a high school student from St. Louis who is actually researching and writing his senior thesis on the Shroud. In fact, it was Parker himself who interviewed me and not an off camera producer as is typical in such programs. The as yet unnamed program is designed to appeal to a younger audience and is slated for release in 2015. . . .
Here is a link to Salt River Production Group.
The image shown is an inline link to the image on the STERA Facebook page where it resides and the credit reads: “Photo courtesy Chuck Neff, Salt River Production Group (one of the co-sponsors of the upcoming St. Louis Shroud Conference).”
Hat tip to Joe Marino
I don’t think I’ve seen this one before. I assume it is new. Maybe, maybe not. Are we ever going to get away from these old clips about flower images and coins on the eyes?
Hat tip to Joe Marino, who is better than me at finding videos.
Having been just uploaded within the past week, this is part of a YouTube channel call Mad World Series. This particular video is called Biblical history proven – part 2 – Shroud of Turin. The video runs for about 52 minutes. Nice editing but a lot of outdated and highly disputable material like blaming the the carbon dating on a bio-plastic coating, like skeletal features, etc.
The uploader writes in the About page for the video.
With this new series, i am trying to show you:
- That there is evidence that could support, that the Bible is telling us the truth.
- Seeing is believing for some people, so to help you people out, i will share some videos i have collected over the years, that helped me.
HOPE IT WILL DO THE SAME FOR YOU THERE IS HOPE – JOHN 3:16
FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a ‘fair use’ of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law.
Okay, but what truth is that?
Russ Breault now appears in part 2 of his interview with Prophecy in the News. (You can find part 1 HERE if you missed it).
Joe Marino writes: “Just found these on YouTube and don’t think I’ve seen previously. Each part about 60 minutes.”
New to me, too. Great find!
In case you need them, here are the URLs:
Hat tip to Joe Marino for this one.
You might want to watch all nine minutes. It is a lot of Joe Nickell-ism-like ranting concluding with it would have been strips of cloth not a single cloth. And then his summary. You could skip to about 6:50 and save yourself from much of the hypnotic effect of the blue sunglasses (transcribed before a second cup of morning coffee)
. . . Such an image on the shroud could not possibly have been missed by any witnesses. It would be fresh, bright and clear as it would ever be. It is absolutely ludicrous to believe that the image of Jesus, burned into his burial shroud, something which would have been seen as nothing short of miraculous, the holy grail of tangible, physical evidence, which would prove the physical resurrection of the son of God, the very basis of Christianity itself, would not even get a mention in the Gospels.
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Peace and love, everybody. That’s where it’s at.