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WorldNetDaily Poll — Shroud of Turin

Issue: Author: Shroud of Turin wrongly condemned: Believes dating scientifically flawed, linen could be burial cloth of Jesus/WorldNetDaily

Question: Do you believe the Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus?

1. Yes, though my faith does not hang on the cloth
2. It’s a fascinating relic of antiquity, but its connection to Jesus is questionable
3. There’s nothing in the Bible that would indicate Jesus’ burial clothes had an image
4. This is absolutely the burial cloth of Jesus
5. I believe it is, though it’s a matter of personal faith, not definite proof
6. No more than I believe the Easter Bunny will bring eggs to my door
7. Other
8. No, carbon dating has proved it’s a forgery from the Middle Ages
9. No, since Jesus never existed
10. It’s some other crucified man, but not Jesus

DFO: No. 2

For the WorldNetDaily news report, click here.


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