The previous posting brings to mind something Colin Berry said yesterday:
The TS is not a painting, faded or otherwise. It’s a negative imprint of some kind that has left its mark on the linen per se, maybe pre-treated in a way that made it more image-receptive, maybe not. It’s unhelpful, so late in the day, to be attempting to put the clock back to 1978 or earlier by regarding it as just another painting. Things have moved on.
The shroud is not a painting. That’s a quote for 1978 not 2014.
I agree, STURP proved beyond any shadow of doubt the image on the cloth is not a painting.
I agree, as anyone who does not indulge in STURP bashing.
We have to give a credit to so many people who proved that TS is not a painting, starting from Mr. Secondo Pia in 28 May 1898, STURP, and so many and now latest person is OK.
How development of science and technology is helping us solve many unsolved problems.
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