I am very pleased to announce that today, January 21, 2009, marks the 13th Anniversary of the Shroud of Turin Website. In honor of this occasion, the website has been updated with important new material.
This update includes a 19 page Addendum to the original article by Joseph Marino and Edwin Prior that I published in November of last year. In it, Joe and Ed provide significant additional evidence to support the theory that the c14 dating sample was anomalous.
Also included are two formal reviews of the recent Discovery Channel documentary, along with a number of viewer comments about the program.
The update also includes the latest issue of the BSTS Newsletter (Issue #68 – December 2008) and the addition of two new scholars to the Shroud Speakers Directory. There are also links to several new online Shroud videos from the Ohio Conference and a new French language Shroud book.
I am particularly pleased to publish my latest correspondence with the Archbishop of Baghdad, along with some photographs of a recent presentation he made in Iraq on the "Face of Edessa." Sadly, the update also includes two memorials to Sindonologists who passed away recently.
Let me also take this opportunity to say thank you again for your continued support and participation. It is truly appreciated. And don’t forget to check the Private Subscribers Page from time to time for exclusive offers and materials not available to the general public.
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