How One Skeptical Scientist Came to Believe in the Shroud of Turin

By Published on August 4, 2015

The Shroud of Turin has different meanings for many people. Some see it as an object of veneration,  others a forgery, still others a medieval curiosity. For one Jewish scientist, however, the evidence has led him to see it as a meeting point between science and faith.

“The Shroud challenges (many people’s core beliefs) because there’s a strong implication that there is something beyond the basic science going on here,” Barrie Schwortz, one of the leading scientific experts on the Shroud of Turin, in an EWTN News.

Admitting that he did not know whether there was something beyond science at play, he added: “That’s not what convinced me: it was the science that convinced me.”

Read the article “How One Skeptical Scientist Came to Believe in the Shroud of Turin” on ewtnnews.com.

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