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by Pierluigi Baima Bollone,Stefano Zaca,Alan Neame
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So there remain questions about how the Shroud of Turin was made, but there seems to be little reason to. .Baima-Bollone, P. & Zaca, . 1998, "The Shroud Under the Microscope: Forensic Examination," Neame, . transl. St Pauls: London, p. 2-23.
So there remain questions about how the Shroud of Turin was made, but there seems to be little reason to think that it's anywhere near old enough to have been Christ's.
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Led by two ecclesiastical greats, Father Otterbein and Father Rinaldi, they made it possible for an American team of scientists to analyze and study the Holy Shroud of Turin. In the spirit of the Vatican II ecumenism movement, Rinaldi and Otterbein saw the science of Sindonology as an instrument that could unite Christians from all denominations.
Fringe theories about the Shroud of Turin. The Shroud of Turin is a length of linen cloth bearing the imprint of the image of a man, and is believed by some to be the burial shroud of Jesus. Despite conclusive scientific evidence that it is of medieval origin, multiple alternative theories about the origin of the shroud dating it to the time of Christ have been proposed.
Pierluigi Baima Bollone has shown that the stains on the Shroud of Turin .
Pierluigi Baima Bollone has shown that the stains on the Shroud of Turin are human blood group AB. From a biochemical viewpoint, John Heller and Alan Adler have identified on the same clots not only haemoglobin but also other specific compounds of blood and, among other things, the presence of bilirubin in significant quantities. Bilirubin, a component of blood, comes from the catabolism of haemoglobin and, arriving into the liver, is poured from the liver into the bile. Baima Bollone: "The forensic characteristics of the blood marks," International Scientific Symposium - "The Turin Shroud - past, present and future.
The Shroud of Turin, a 14-foot linen cloth bearing an image of a crucified man, first surfaced in 1354. It’s not the only possible relic associated with Christ-others include a crown of thorns at the Notre-Dame Cathedral and Christ’s supposed foreskin, allegedly stolen from Calcata, Italy around 1983-but it’s produced one of the most heated debates. Forensic anthropologist Matteo Borrini and chemistry professor Luigi Garlaschelli used a live volunteer and a mannequin to study how blood from Jesus’ crucifixion and spear would have flowed onto his burial shroud.
Indeed, consistent with DNA contamination on the Turin Shroud, sequences from multiple subjects of different ethnic origins have been recently detected on the human mitochondrial genome extracted from dust particles of the linen. Nor can we rule out the possibility that religious implications of the new findings on the Turin Shroud might be envisaged. Conceivably enough, the ongoing debate will be fierce and passionate, especially in the media.
The beauty of the book is that while McCrone puts the "Shroud" under the microscope, in a typology which ironically is so crucial to many Church doctrines, McCrone at the same time puts the faith of a Church which believes its leader is infallible but couldn't even tell you if it was going to rain tomorrow under the microscope as well.
Category: Christian Books & Bibles
Publisher: St Pauls (April 1, 1998)
Pages: 32 pages