Fabric of Time Trailer

Fabric of Time Trailer (2007)

03 April 2007 Factual, Family 59 mins

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? 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.

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