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Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery

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Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery

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Finding Jesus: Faith, Fact, Forgery – He didn’t vanish without leaving a trace.

The world’s foremost scholars, historians and scientists examine six ancient relics thought to be connected to Jesus of Nazareth.

FINDING JESUS explores six major artifacts, including the Shroud of Turin, the True Cross, and John the Baptist, that give us the most direct evidence about the life and world of Jesus. The book and attendant CNN series provide a dramatic way to retell “the greatest story ever told” while introducing a broad audience to the history, the latest controversies, and newest forensic science involved in sorting out facts from the fiction of would-be forgers and deceivers. The book and the show draw on experts from all over the world. Beyond the faithful, the book will also appeal to the skeptical and to curious readers of history and archaeology, while it takes viewers of the primetime TV series deeper into the story.

Release Date: (TV/Cable) CNN Series, March 1, 2015

Release Date: (DVD) TBA!

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  • Corey Johnson … Narrator (voice)
  • Adam Bond … Jesus
  • Ben Affan … Peter

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  1. Duane says
    06 March 15, 8:22am

    Based on the first episode – The Shroud of Turin – this will be an interesting series. Unfortunately Mr. Gibson and company chose not to follow good journalistic practice by presenting both sides of the story. Selective evidence is clearly used to arrive at the conclusion that the Shroud is a (***spoiler warning) medieval photograph with hand painted blood on it, and thus a forgery.***
    There is plenty of evidence to dispel that theory – some of which is presented here:

    If Mr. Gibson and the producers were truly interested in presenting a balanced piece at least some of that evidence should have been provided. As it is, it appears he wants to interest religious believers while not upsetting secularists, skeptics and believers in the discredited carbon 14 date. How unfortunate that even when ostensibly presenting objective scientific fact secular media still can’t bring themselves to present it fairly by presenting all the facts.

  2. Jim says
    26 March 15, 12:13pm

    The Shroud of Turin matches the Story of the Crucifixion. The Shroud matches the pollen & plants of the area. The Shroud matches the Sudarium (both facial image and blood type). The Shroud matches the travels through Edessa where the Pantocrator image of Christ first became popular. The Shroud has a 3D image which has no scientific explanation. For 30 years, the STURP team could not determine how the image came onto the cloth. The carbon dating was flawed, and the sample had to be destroyed. The best news of all is that the type of blood matches: The Shroud, The Sudarium, and the Buenos Aires Eucharistic Miracle – Type -AB that makes up roughly 1% of the population – and is most common in the Middle East. While some would put their finger in Jesus Side and still not believe, there is Far more evidence to show Jesus Divine nature. “Reason to Believe” book… Read it.

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