Quote# 3769

The Shroud [of Turin] is also contrary to the Bible, which says that Jesus was 'bound ... in wrappings (plural)... Shroud proponents can explain this away all they want, but the Bible should be used to judge claimed artefacts; not the artefacts used to judge the Bible.

Socrates, Theology Web 6 Comments [8/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Sigh...this whole \"Bible infallibility\" is annoying...and yet these people whine whenever Catholics talk about an infalliable Pope.

11/27/2005 8:41:19 PM


It's annoying when religious zealots use circular logic huh?

1/18/2011 9:21:20 AM


Bible fight!

Not to defend the 600 year old piece of cloth,,,but "burial cloth" singular is the historical time-frame practice.

How many discovered Jesus had rolled away the stone and left the cave three days after internment? Seven different accounts with seven different head-counts I believe.

1/19/2011 8:54:07 AM

Dr. Shrinker

Considering the fact that bible is contrary to the bible, you clearly need another standard.

1/19/2011 8:56:37 AM

Quantum Mechanic

Forgery A should be used to judge forgery B, wait, maybe it's the other way 'round.

Screw the 72 virgin shit, I want two pros and a beer volcano.

12/18/2011 4:30:41 AM


Even if Jesus was bound in several rappings, the Shroud of Turin could be the innermost wrapping. If it were old enough, that is.

The Bible can't even be used to judge the order of creation, it shouldn't be used to judge anything.

3/11/2014 12:40:27 AM

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