Not a Painting
The Shroud of Turin was thought to be a painting for over 400 years, investigator Mark Antonacci, explained, but the evidence could not be ignored that it could be Jesus. The Shroud has over 30 features on the cloth, and he said that this wasn't a painting. "Examples like skin, hair bones, skeletal features are encoded—it takes something like radiation to operate on all these surfaces. There is no other naturalistic experiment were you're going to get as remotely close to this. The good thing about the naturalist and artistic hypotheses is you can test them," he shared. “It’s so unique and most of it cannot be forged. This was a man who had a full crown of sharp pointed objects, thorns placed over his head, he was scourged with an instrument, and he had a heavy rough object across his shoulders. He appears to have cuts on his knees and nose. He has a nail correctly in the wrist, in the feet; he has blood flow on his forearms." The evidence is clear that it is Jesus.