Shroud of turin second carbon dating
But if the newer thread is about half of what was tested – and some evidence suggests that – it is possible that the cloth is from the time of Christ.No one has a good idea how front and back images of a crucified man came to be on the cloth.It would have been nice if some of that time, energy and money could have been put in another multi-disciplinary study.We now have Barberis saying another C-14 test should be done. Louis conference, there is a lot of debate among researchers whether it should be done.One of the new articles quoted Pope John Paul II in 1998 saying continued research should be done.I think researchers have done their part in continuing research but one can only do so much with the 1978 data.
He concluded that the image itself was therefore, in effect, a photographic negative.
An exact copy of the Shroud of Turin, the linen cloth that wrapped the body of Jesus Christ, is displayed at the chapel of the Cahtholic Armenian patriarch's residence in an east Beirut neighbourhood (JOSEPH EID/AFP/Getty Images) Sceptics may dismiss the Turin Shroud, but there is good evidence the relic is authentic A verse in the epistle to the Hebrews asserts that faith is “the substance of things hoped for – the evidence of things not seen.” The resurrection of Jesus Christ is an event forever hoped for, but it is also an event unseen.