Shroud of Turin Sarah Williamson

The Shroud of Turin what was believed to be the cloth that covered Jesus body after he was crucified, that was discovered in 1353 in Italy

Pros 1- Was secretly carried from Judea and was housed in Turkey and crusades smuggled it into Greece

2- All wounds match the ones of Jesus

3- Found the name "Jesus Nazarene" on the cloth

4- Joseph of Arimathea buried Jesus in his own tomb

5- Dust matches that of the time of Jesus death

Cons 1- Carbon Dating Test, it is not old enough

2- The red stuff portrayed as blood didn't dissolve like blood does in test that was done

3- Caused by supernatural “flash of light”

4- Was a painting not an image of a crucified man

5- No traces of spices on the shroud

I don’t know if it is real or not, because after hearing both sides it could be the same body because of the wounds. It also could not be true because of the carbon testing it does not date to when Jesus died. Also the body could have got their through a flash light. I really don't know if it is real or not.


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