The Shroud of Turin is an object of much discussion and heated debate. While some view the Shroud as a Catholic relic, an object of worship, even a pathway to salvation, we view it quite differently. Long-time Shroud expert Russ Breault does as well. He calls the image left behind on the expensive linen cloth “a Receipt for the Resurrection.” Did God leave behind physical proof of His Son’s resurrection for the doubters? And why would Satan be interested in promoting the resurrection of Christ, an event that sealed his fate for all eternity? It’s important to note that this embedded image can’t be replicated today with modern technology, though many have tried. And where are the other Shrouds? Obviously, they don’t exist. This eerie image, obviously the image of a beaten and crucified man, appears to have been created by a stunning exhibit of supernatural, nuclear-like power that left an indelible imprint on the linen cloth. Perhaps we’ll be raptured some day soon in one mighty burst of light—just like Jesus! Resurrection power!