imageRob Hosking writes in his blog Rob’s Blockhead Blog: Illogical nonsense on the Turin Shroud:

I see there’s now a claim the Turin Shroud may be geniune after all.   The story doesn’t quite bear out the headline – the scientists have only concluded that they don’t actually know what might have caused the images of a crucified man to appear on the cloth.

That is not quite the same as saying, we don’t know, therefore God did it.

But here’s the thing:  even if God did do it, is this really such a good advert for God?

If there is a Supreme Being has the power to perform miracles, shouldn’t this Supreme Being do some useful ones?

I mean, if this Being has that sort of power, shouldn’t this Supreme Being perform a miracle and, to take a topical example,  prevent this sort of child abuse rather than just make some strange marks on a bit of cloth?

It seems to me that anyone who venerates the Turin Shroud as some sort of sign from God has seriously got their wires crossed.

If it is a "sign" from God, its a very dubious one.