A shroud is a long linen cloth garment used in burials not only in ancient cultures but in today’s Middle East. The Shroud of Turin is a shroud that some believe is the burial cloth of Jesus.
One of those believers is Mark Antonacci.
Mark is the founder and president of the Test the Shroud Foundation, one of the world’s leading authorities on the Shroud of Turin. He gave the keynote address at the international conference held in Italy in conjunction with the Shroud’s exhibition in 2010. As an attorney, he has spent 34 years studying all aspects of the evidence relating to the Shroud of Turin and released his first book on the topic, The Resurrection of the Shroud, in 2000. The project received coverage from such high-profile outlets as the Chicago Sun Times, Dallas Morning News, Tulsa World News, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Trinity Broadcasting Network, and…
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