Today’s highly interesting read (02/27/22): DC Shroud Exhibit Could Mean New Believers

Saturday the Museum of the Bible opened its newest exhibit, Mystery and Faith: The Shroud of Turin, a high-tech, innovative exhibition about the Shroud of Turin. Over the course of five exhibit sections and eight interactive stations, guests will learn about how the Shroud mirrors the Gospels, its history, and its impact on millions of people.

On this Sunday today’s read is from James Hirsen, J.D., M.A. in media psychology, a New York Times best-selling author, commentator, media analyst, and law professor. Here’s an excerpt:

Many Christians believe that the Shroud of Turin is the actual burial cloth of Jesus Christ, which following his death and subsequent Resurrection was discovered by his disciples in the empty tomb.

The very existence of the Shroud of Turin has prompted some in the secular world to vigorously question its authenticity.

In stark contrast to the critics, there is mounting evidence that points to the authenticity of the full body image relic.

Read the entire column here.


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  1. Pingback: SOTU; a nation gone wrong; but all is good; dumb millennials; teacher unions; the Shroud | This Just In… From Franklin, WI

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