Barrie Schwortz: This has to be what it appears to be

This new video (April 25, 2013)  from Catholic News Service is perhaps the very best, very short (2 minutes and 15 seconds) Shroud of Turin video out there.

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4 thoughts on “Barrie Schwortz: This has to be what it appears to be”

  1. Dan,

    Your comment is, like our friends “across the pond” might state us “spot on.”

    If you are ever asked a question about the Shroud, the simplest, most direct answer is to refer them to this video. Barrie’s response is a masterpiece.

    1. Effectively, this is a good one. Even though I still belive there are at least 2 other possible explanations for the Shroud beside the one that involved the authentic shroud of Jesus (one involving an accidental ressemblance with the Jesus of the Gospels and another involving a natural forgery done with a real crucified corpse), I have to say that those 2 other possibilities are so improbable that it is very rational to conclude that this relic is authentic. Honestly, the odds for the Shroud being the real thing must be close to 99%.

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