I have, in the past, said that there is a simple thing skeptics of the Shroud of Turin can do to prove it a medieval forgery: Make another one. Shouldn't be that hard. An atheist reader writes
It actually has been reproduced and there was a show on it.
No, it hasn't. Every now and then some debunker announces they have reproduced the image and then reveals to media fanfare some crappy facsimile that bears as much similarity to the Shroud as carob does to fine Swiss chocolate. Like this:
Evangelical Atheists are fond of making fun of the God of the Gaps. The God of the Gaps is best lampooned in this famous cartoon:
The critique, often quite just, is that many believers...READ MORE