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We live in a world where science and religion have often been on opposing sides. But is all that changing? For the first time, science and religion have come together to uncover an age-old mystery. Who was Jesus Christ? What did he actually look like? And can the story of his death and resurrection now be proven as true? Viewers around the world are in the jury box as newly found scientific discoveries are presented by scholars, scientists, and historians in an unflinching search for evidence -- nothing has been held back. Could it be that actual documentation of this amazing story is still available today? Is it possible that a single fiber from an ancient artifact might hold the answers? And has science found a way to unlock the hidden information contained in the artifact that could provide a link to the past-one that might explain the universe in a whole new light and give hope to people around the world? Did Christ leave us physical evidence that only now with quantum leaps ... Written by Anonymous

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Come with an open mind
30 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Do you remember how electrical currents and "unseen waves" were laughed at? The knowledge about man is still in its infancy." --Albert Einstein

Science is imperfect. More than that, we as humans, are constantly learning--constantly proving and disproving, discovering and rediscovering. There is no place for close-mindedness or complacency if there is to be growth. Science and "religion" have been separated for much too long. Once we are open to understanding the relationship between the physical and the supernatural(not religion), truth awaits us. Quantum physics is something that not everyone is ready or able to understand just yet. That being said, comments depicting this documentary as "a good laugh" go on to prove Albert Einstein's point.

"Do you remember how electrical currents and "unseen waves" were laughed at? The knowledge about man is still in its infancy." --Albert Einstein


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