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It is part of a larger curriculum that leads to a Postgraduate Certificate in Shroud Studies. Here is a brief description: This program offers a systematic approach to the intellectual challenges posed by the Shroud of Turin, as well as the opportunity to go deeper into the message that it proposes to the faith and to the heart of believers.

Since this is a postgraduate course, certain academic requirements must be met to obtain accreditation, but there is an option to just audit the classes if you prefer. To do so, students are only required to complete the courses and conferences, after which they will receive a certificate of attendance. See the website for additional details and Registration information. Speakers included ENI chemist, Dr. Marco Ricci, who provided the basic elements for understanding the procedure, Dr. Marco Riani of the University of Parma, with a robust statistical analysis on the 14 C dating by the three laboratories to which the task was officially assigned.

However, when the dates were announced I realized that I would be in the air and flying to Rome to teach my course at the Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum on May 5th, the first day of the meeting. Instead I will provide you with the best information I have to date and will update this story again as more information becomes available. On May 3, the following article appeared in the Turin newspaper La Stampa: Gli esperti riaprono il caso Doubts on the age of the Shroud.

Experts re-open the case. The Italian language article was excellent and covered the CIS meeting in detail. Fortunately, Joe Marino was kind enough to provide us with the following Google translation: Among these is Paolo Di Lazzaro, research director of the Esnea di Frascati, who in his speech will remember as "the calculation that transforms the number of C atoms in the age of a tissue" present "greater uncertainties compared to other solid samples bones, artefacts, etc.

In particular, Beta Analytic states that "tissue dating is performed only in the context of multidisciplinary research", and that "samples taken from a tissue treated with additives or preservatives generate a false radiocarbon age". The Shroud has in the past been in contact with preservative and anti-moth materials, which could therefore have distorted the dating Theology and the Turin Shroud Our good friend Dr.

Gary Chiang of Redeemer University in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada, recently announced that he is organizing an international Shroud conference titled, "Science: Theology and the Turin Shroud" to take place on August , at his university.

We will include any new information as soon as it becomes available. Ancaster is accessible via three airports Toronto, Hamilton, Buffalo. Tentative cost of registration: We hope this price will also include food, and can confirm that the closer we are to the date. It does not include accommodation. Once the contract has been worked out with the university, a web page will be created for registration and accommodation.

If you have any questions, contact me at shroudconference gmail. We also have a special student rate hoping to encourage young academics to become involved. Boi - Archaeometry, First published 03 May Here is the abstract: In the dorsal image of the cloth, the crucifixion position shows the left foot on top of the right one; in the frontal view, the feet are almost parallel.

The nail used in the crucifixion was driven through the foot. Because of this parallelism, both ankles show a plantar flexion that is dissimilar in the dorsal images. We describe for the first time the anatomical study of the image of the Shroud through modern concepts.

At the level of biomechanics and anatomy, the image on the Shroud of Turin does not comply with modern knowledge; in fact, the image fails with regard to some aspects that we cannot interpret yet. Here is an excerpt from the article: The viewing window was framed with wooden latticework.

Louis Conference, Shroud of Turin: The Controversial Intersection of Faith and Science , and brings his earlier work up to date. Here is an excerpt from the Abstract: This model confirmed the evident rigor mortis of the human body and evidenced the particular posture corresponding to the position on the cross that also showed a rotation never detected previously of the human body around his spine.

The study of this 3D model partially confi rmed previous results but also evidenced interesting news, like the position of the exit hole of the nail posed on the palm of the hand Here is an excerpt: Put simply, is what is to be seen on the Shroud the work of a late medieval artist, or could it be directly due to the death and resurrection of Christ? What follows is an introduction to three readily available sources for what modern science has learned about the Shroud of Turin The Association of Scientists and Scholars International for the Shroud of Turin ASSIST recently launched a new initiative to determine if limestone particles found on the Shroud originated from a Jerusalem tomb or if the limestone came from another locale.

If the limestone and pollen particles originated from Jerusalem, the possibility that the Shroud did once envelope the crucified body of Jesus of Nazareth would be significantly enhanced. Veltkamp - Utrecht University I do so with the aid of the computer vision technique called morphable models.

I analyze how an implementation of such a model acts when given three-dimensional meshes obtained from real faces, from noise functions and finally from the Shroud face image, trying to understand whether the outputs of the model can be used to classify the inputs. The abstract is in English: The studies and experiments conducted by the author are therefore briefly described, employing neutron techniques for the analysis of new and old linen fibers and considering these techniques for a potential investigation of the Shroud.

The activity is aimed at providing useful and suitable information to be included in the complex mosaic of data to understand the mystery of the Shroud.

This is a Russian language translation of the same article. O Shroud De Turin: Parabela Para Tempos Modernos? The Shroud of Turin: A Parable for Modern Times? This is a link to a new Portuguese language translation by Artur Weber of an original paper by Shroud scholar Thaddeus J. Trenn titled, The Shroud of Turin: The original article and this translation are archived on the Religion and Philosophy page. Posted June 21, Recently Released Videos and Audios Kapes - Shroud of Turin - Hip-Hop Video Videos and audios most often in the form of talk radio programs and blogs have become a mainstay of the internet and there are now lots of them available about the Shroud.

In fact, I did quite a few of them myself this year and have included links to some of them below. Of course, many are worthwhile, but some videos are filled with mistakes, half-truths or are totally false and sometimes, completely ridiculous!

I have even written editorials strongly urging our viewers not to use videos or television documentaries as a basis for their study of the Shroud as they rarely get it right.

In spite of all that, I am always looking for interesting videos and audios that have merit that I can include here and this time I believe we have a good selection: Please take look and let me know what you think.

As soon as I played it I knew I would include it here on the website. Although I know many of our website viewers are not fans of this particular music form, I wholeheartedly agree with Kapes that this is a great way to expose the younger generation to the Shroud and I am truly grateful for his contribution.

Thanks for sharing this with us Kapes! There is a good bit of humor that runs through the program, which I am sure really appeals to younger audiences, but there is plenty of serious material as well. Frankly, I have to admit it was a lot of fun and different than most that I do so I thought I would share it with you here.

You might also want to check out the Fishing With Dynamite website. An Introduction - Fr. Peter Mangum and Dr. Cheryl White - mp3 audio Peter Mangum of the Cathedral of St. John Berchmans in Shreveport, and Dr. They have both trained at the Shroud Center of Colorado with the noted Dr.

You can find all of the previous programs archived on the Who Is the Man of the Shroud website. John Berchmans in Shreveport earlier this year. And here is a link to one of my Shreveport presentations: Jonathan Prather based on the research of the late Dr. Incorrect carbon dating placed its origin in the Medieval period, but the preponderance of evidence indicates that the Shroud is authentic and about 2, years old. Its age can be determined by matching Shroud images to other historical objects where the dating is already known, such as paintings, coins, and another cloth the Sudarium of Oviedo.

Chuck Dietzen in Indianapolis, Indiana, a pediatric rehabilitation specialist who brings his medical expertise to the study of the Crucifixion and the Shroud in a dramatic and captivating style.

I am pleased to make one of his presentations available to everyone. Removed scratches, cleaned and clarified face, hair, and crown of thorns. This is how He might have appeared. We are listing them here but have also permanently archived them on the Shroud of Turin Booklist page alphabetically by author. To make it easy to find the new additions, we have annotated each new listing with " Added 21 June " so simply search for that phrase on the Booklist page.

Taking as starting point the legend of King Abgar who allegedly received one of the 70 apostles of Jesus the shroud which was printed his holy face, this study takes stock of the various "churches" of the first centuries, and the evolution of this legend in the area of Edessa and Constantinople to the Fourth crusade The shroud of Jesus in the Shroud of Turin?

Christ relics, the theological battles of the early days of the church, to the story of the pilgrims on the fabulous treasures of Constantinople, discover through an exciting and extremely searched text if the Shroud of Turin can be described as the fifth Gospel, that of the Passion!

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