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Jesus and the Shroud of Turin (edition 2003)

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Jesus and the shroud of Turin by Rueben Aaronson (Director)

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Perhaps the best documentary made prior to 2007 on the Shroud of Turin. Discusses many of the strange, mysterious qualities of the Shroud which intrigue scientists and theorizes regarding the Shroud's historical journey from Jerusalem to Turin, Italy. Highly recommended to anyone who desires to have faith in Jesus Christ and to strengthen that faith. ( )
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In 1898, Secondo Pia was the first man to photograph the Shroud of Turin. Shockingly, the Shroud created a negative of the face and body of Christ. Examines its authenticity and origins, and challenges your skepticism.

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