By . In advance of the Shroud’s rare public display this Holy Saturday, TWU professor Phillip Wiebe discusses its significance for theology.
Before his resignation took effect, Pope Benedict XVI authorized a rare television broadcast that will display the Shroud of Turin. The Vatican described this as Benedict’s final gift to the Roman Catholic Church. One may ask about the significance of this gift. In response, on March 27, the public is invited to hear from one of the foremost Canadian experts on the Shroud, Phillip Wiebe, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy at Trinity Western University, as he gives a lecture entitled The Shroud of Turin: Authenticity and Significance for Theology.
- Event: The Shroud of Turin: Authenticity and Significance for Theology
- Date: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
- Time: 7:30 pm.
- Location: Northwest Auditorium, Trinity Western University
- Cost: No charge
- Contact: For more information contact Phillip Wiebe, (604) 888-7511 ext. 3334, or firstname.lastname@example.org