The author of the Abigail and Dolly blog writes:
[A]bout three years ago I was doodling around on the internet and came across a web site on The Shroud of Turin . The site led to another , which led to another , and as I recall I spent most of that weekend finding out everything that I could about it. It is a fascinating study where science and history collide in a manner that is not mutually exclusive. Occasionally, I will Google Search the Shroud of Turin to see if there is anything new and recently came across the six part History Channel special on recreating a 3D face out of the data extrapolated from the Shroud. I was enthralled, I love this stuff, you know?
I watched all six parts, I wanted to savor the journey. I wanted to make the discoveries on the way with the film makers. The film itself is basic facts and history, sort of a Shroud 101 but the purpose is not a new analysis of the cloth, it is about trying to build the face of the Lord. I enjoyed it tremendously.
I will not post a spoiler face as I encourage you to take the journey yourself. For me, a few things emerged, that I would like to share. First of all, the Jesus is a Jewish man. Now I knew this intellectually but for some reason the mental image I had in my head was the Hollywood version of Christ. Second, was that when they revealed him at the end of the film my breath was taken away and my first thought was, "I know you!" I knew him on an elemental level that is beyond description. I knew him in my Soul.
YouTube is fine, but I prefer the quality of a purchased version. If you just want to watch it and you don’t care about having a physical DVD in a box, you can purchase a downloadable version from Amazon for $1.99. It is identical. You can watch it on your computer or any other device that supports downloads from Amazon like the Kindle Fire or TIVO.
You can also purchase it from iTunes for the iPad or the iPhone for $3.99.
You can also buy the DVD directly from Amazon or the History Channel. The list price is for $24.95 but it is often on sale, as are all DVDs these days.