Rediscover the Shroud of Turin with Gregg Braden




Noted New Age author Gregg Braden will tackle The Mystery and Meaning of the Shroud of Turin: New Discoveries Now Lead to Even Deeper Mysteries from 6 to 9:30 p.m., April 14, at Creative Living Fellowship.

The shroud was photographed in 1898 and showed the lifelike image of a crucified man mysteriously emblazoned into the fibers of the cloth. The wounds revealed in the images precisely match the description of Jesus’ crucifixion as they’re preserved in the ancient biblical texts. Through his personal investigation into the shroud mystery, Braden was given access to 63 of the original research images and permission to share them in a responsible way.

In this rare multimedia program, Braden will describe the latest discoveries regarding the four major areas of investigation (blood/DNA, dating of the cloth, forensics and image formation) and what they reveal about the shroud.

Admission is $50/$64/$85. Location: 6530 N. 7th St., Phoenix. Order tickets at CreativeLivingFellowship.com. For more information, call 602-906-4080.

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