For centuries, believers and skeptics have played tug of war with the Shroud of Turin, a 14-foot strip of ivory-colored linen bearing the
reddish-brown, bloodstained image of a crucified man. It’s the world’s
most famous relic, revered by millions as the burial cloth of Jesus.
It’s also a lightning rod, sparking thorny questions of science and faith.
If the Shroud is genuine – 2,000 years old – can science prove its
authenticity and miraculous origin (and thus prove the existence of
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