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  • I vote for real. the Bible say that Y'shua's burial cloth was 2 pieces, didn't German scientists test the shroud for carbon and pollen samples and deduce that it was created by Michelangelo using a photo-imaging technique and is actually his own face, commissioned as an ART-ifact the church used to for educating?

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  • "An ifact is a past-tensed fact. For example, many believe that after the destruction of the first Temple, God's existence became an ifact."

    --"Everything Is Illuminated" (Jonathan Safran Foer)

    August 3, 2009