An outstanding article, Resurrecting the mystery of the Shroud of Turin: Debate reignites over whether this is the face of Jesus, by Robert L Wilcox, author of The Truth About the Shroud of Turin, appeared in the NY Post on Easter Sunday.
Like it has so many times in its long, tortured history, the Shroud of Turin is again, this Easter 2011, resurrected. I don’t use resurrected lightly. If authentic, the ancient linen cloth with mysterious images of a crucified and tortured corpse on its fibers is tangible proof to many Christians of Jesus’ rise from the dead. And while authenticity is certainly still in debate, the burden of proof now — at least on the Shroud’s inexplicableness — has shifted to the doubters.
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