The Daily Telegraph reports that the Oxford scientist who dated the Turin Shroud as medieval now has significant doubts, and is open to a new carbon-14 dating test. A BBC documentary to be shown on Easter Saturday will bring forward new archaeological and historical evidence supporting the authenticity of the shroud.
I personally am a sucker for all things supernatural. I’ve always believed the shroud is a shapshot of the resurrection. The darkness of the tomb functioned like the inside of a camera and the radiance of the moment of resurrection imprinted Our Lord’s body on the cloth. You see, I’d always rather be guilty of believing too much than too little.
Here’s a good website that gathers some of the latest research on the shroud.