The birth of Jesus Christ and his coming to earth to do his father’s work, can’t be altered as false story by atheists or scientists, even though all attempts have been made to distort the story of Jesus. It has always been the task or desire for people to make name for themselves, by challenging historical Biblical facts.
They are now trying very hard to convince us that humans are descendants of monkeys, pushing aside the story of creation by God through Adam and Eve. The advanced of Technology today has made it possible to solve crimes committed decades ago. The same technology has created how Jesus was as child.
Actually as a Christian, the way Jesus looks like doesn’t matter to me than to follow his principles and teachings to live a clean life. According to a feature article written by Joe Cruz, which appeared in thesechristiantimes.com, Italians forensic investigators have used…….
Is this the face of Jesus as a boy? Italian forensics investigators have used the Shroud of Turin, to produce an image of how Jesus might have looked like as a child. Italian police reverse the ageing process on image taken from the Turin Shroud to create photo of Christ as a young child. This is the face of Jesus Christ as a child – according to Italian police. Italians detectives used computer forensic techniques that have helped to catch mafia bosses and criminals to generate the image.
The Independent writes that, “Using the Turin Shroud, the supposed burial cloth of Jesus, police investigators have generated a photo-fit image from the negative facial image on the material. And from this they reversed the ageing process to create an image of a young Jesus, by reducing the size of the jaw, raising the chin and straightening the nose.”
The image of the young Jesus was created to coincide with the latest exhibition of the Turin Shroud at Turin Cathedral which is expected to attract millions of visitors, including Pope Francis. Debate rages over the authenticity of the Shroud, which is imprinted with the image of a man who appears to have been crucified. Do you believe we are actually looking at the image of Christ as a child?