Everyone already knows that the world famous Christ-like depiction called the Turin Shroud has been confirmed as the actual shroud that covered Christ after his untimely death over 2000 years ago.
There is no scientific doubt that the shroud is the real deal and has been proven by countless scientists through the use of carbon dating the shroud to the Middle Ages, but evidence has also risen to prove that Jesus actually walked with dinosaurs during his lifetime.
Radio carbon dating carried out in February 2009 was performed on an area of the relic that seemed to show a footprint of a Dilophosaurus, according to Ray Hammerstein, who leads the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STRP).
Hammerstein, a chemist from the the American Science National Laboratory in Alabama, said:
“I have been working on this project for the past twenty six years. I know that piece of cloth like the back of my hand.
“But after this most recent discovery through the use of ultra-violet photography and carbon dating, we now know for certain that the Messiah walked the earth amongst dinosaurs.”
He came to his conclusion after re-examining a theory from two amateur scientists that he had earlier dismissed as being from “the lunatic fringe”.
|13th Century depiction of Christ. (tempera on wood) 70 x 50cm private collection. Turin, Italy|
Although the depiction of Christ on the Turin Shroud is in the artistic style of Middle Age representations of the time, Christians all around the world are adamant that the shroud is the actual cloth that covered Jesus after his death.
“This is proof that the Bible should be taken in a literal sense and that the earth is only 10,000 years old. Darwinists are nothing more than liars and deceivers of the true word of God. Jesus Christ may have had a pet dinosaur which followed him around Jerusalem prior to his crucifixion in Golgotha. This explains the footprint on the Turin Shroud. Obviously the creature was loyal to Jesus and hung around when he was interred in the cave after his death. When Jesus rose on the third day, we have theories that maybe God took the little dinosaur up with Jesus as a pet to keep in heaven. The dinosaur footprint is the key to this fact. The proof is right there staring you in the eye and you cannot deny it,” Burien Walters, another research scientist working for the STRP exclaimed.
This latest evidence, to be broadcast in The Turin Shroud: New Evidence at 4am on Sunday on the Discovery Channel, is the latest chapter in the shroud’s history.
More Great Bible Facts
– Jesus had pale white skin with blonde hair and blue eyes and looked like a European man from the 13th century.
– There is evidence to suggest that Jesus and his disciples had mullet haircuts.
– The disciples of the Messiah would often travel on the backs of large flying dinosaurs similar to the Rhambphorhynchus Anurognathus on their way to the sea of Galilee. The large flying reptile Pterosaurs are also mentioned from the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ Himself when speaking with Nicodemus (Jn.3:14).
– Noah’s Ark carried many dinosaurs including the Tyrannosaurus Rex and Brachiosaurus as well as tiny insects, kangaroos, dodos and bugs.
-Adam saved Eve from being eaten by a Carnotaurus one day and was rewarded with intercourse. This is how the human race initially multiplied.
-Only Americans who believe in Jesus walking with dinosaurs will be taken up to be with him and all his friends in heaven when the Rapture comes.
-According to a 2001 Gallup poll, about 59% of Americans believe that “God created humans and dinosaurs pretty much in their present form at one time within the last 10,000 years or so.”
-Another 27% believe that “Human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God guided this process.” Only 14% believe that “human beings have developed over millions of years from less advanced forms of life, but God had no part in this process.”
Don’t forget to visit the Creation Museum in Kentucky which realistically brings the pages of the Bible to life. Designed by a former Universal Studios exhibit director, the museum is an informative haven for the whole family.