I think it's pretty funny that the image on the Shroud of Turin looks very similar to paintings of Jesus that Europeans made during the Middle Ages...and Jesus, if he ever really did exist, wouldn't have been a white guy.

It's pretty clear to me that the Shroud of Turin is from the 1200s, and there's no good reason to debate that anymore. I understand how people who reject science might think it actually covered Jesus once, but, it's hard, if not impossible, to debate reality with people who reject science. That's like a deaf person trying to tell me that the Rolling Stones are better than the Beatles...and they might be...it's just that there is absolutely no verifiable evidence whatsoever that supports such an outrageous claim (and other outrageous claims like a virgin gave birth once, or snakes can talk, or the whole Noah's Ark thing, or that people died and came back to life, or that the Earth is going to be destroyed soon and all the good people, mostly white, are going to disappear and go be with Jesus).

If you're going to cast your lot with people who reject science, then I'd think you wouldn't want to use things that science created...like computers, or televisions, or cars, or microwave ovens, or ovens, or cell phones...

NOW do you understand? No? Oh. Well, maybe I'll try again some other time...