Can Jesus be cloned?

If the shroud of Turin was authentic that was found and thought to be that in which Jesus was buried. 

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Stringio Vincent Mercado Supporter Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3
Given enough living cells from the shroud, and supposed the shroud really embraced the body of the Lord, scientifically, it is possible to clone Jesus.  

However, the ethical implications of cloning a human is still questionable. If ten fertilized egg cells were used to clone a human, which of the ten will be implanted in a surrogate womb? What will happen to the other nine? Will those be thrown in the bin? Do we have no qualms about killing nine human beings to create one?

For your reflection. May God give you peace.

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