If you are anywhere near Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran at 101 N. Peachtree Parkway, on the corner of Peachtree Parkway and Ga. Hwy. 54, you will want to take this in. I know Russ and he is an outstanding expert on the Shroud of Turin:
Peachtree City Aglow Community Lighthouse, an international, interdenominational women’s ministry, will feature Russ Breault as guest speaker at the Monday, Sept. 8 meeting, planned for 6:45 p.m. at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peachtree City.
Details: Russ Breault to speak at PTC Aglow | The Citizen Online
Raymond N. Rogers was the head of the chemistry experiments for the Shroud of Turin Research Project (STURP), the team of 24 researchers that performed the first ever in-depth scientific examination of the relic in 1978. He was a professional chemist for 52 years and spent 35 years as a research chemist at Los Alamos National Laboratory, until his retirement in 1988. Rogers shares his frank and often-unvarnished personal perspectives on his 30 year involvement in Shroud studies. He details his own research and backs it up with solid observations, chemical analysis and microscopy. He provides us with his own theory of the Shroud’s image formation and his own opinion on its authenticity. He discusses the role of religion and science and how each has impacted Shroud research. Most importantly, he discusses the possible future for the Shroud itself. Rogers’ unique perspective, straightforward style and in-depth knowledge will both inform and enlighten you. Includes 68 Color and B&W Illustrations.
Review and order here: A Chemist’s Perspective On The Shroud of Turin by Raymond N. Rogers (Book) in Medicine & Science
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