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Barrie Schwortz’ Lecture Schedule for 2015

January 26, 2015

With the latest update to shroud.com, Barrie Schwortz has published his lecture schedule for 2015 as it currently stands. He writes:

My spring lecture schedule is dramatically abbreviated this year due to the upcoming public exhibition of the Shroud, as I will be in Turin for a few weeks in May and will need some extra time to prepare for that event. Consequently, I have scheduled a number of my lectures in the fall. Since viewers often write me asking where and when I might be giving Shroud presentations, I am again including my upcoming schedule in case I happen to be in your area. If so, please drop by and say hello. Please understand that many of the times and venues are still not finalized and are subject to change. I will do my best to update them before the events if possible. I also want to extend a special thanks to Prof. Tom Kerr, from the Art Department at St. John’s University, for creating and sharing with us the great sketch he made of my lecture at the university last year (see above). Thanks Tom!

To see Barrie’s schedule CLICK HERE or on the thumbnail image above.

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  1. January 26, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    Thanks Dan for sharing Prof. Tom Kerr’s sketch with Shroud.com’s newest update.

    I quietly attended the 2014 lecture by Barrie Schwortz at St. John’s University who was introduced by my publisher. Barrie proceeded to passionately talk for just over two hours. Not one human in that audience comprehended the passing of that much time. Ironically, words spoken in Mr. Schwortz introduction referenced our current realm in time and space. Then when the presentation concluded, time and space seemed to have stood still. This attribute can only describe presentations that are professional, exciting, intriguing, joyous, serious, factual, casual and astonishing. Mr. Schwortz meets all this criteria and more.
    I was happy that my historical novel Upper Room The Way, 33AD to 57AD played a small part in this event. I am proud that not only I, but also my publisher will make all proceeds go to those who are in need.

    I left, as I arrived, knowing as Mr. Schwortz knows… This is not about us.

    L. J. Williams
    Author of Upper Room, The Way: 33AD to 57AD
    BBVpublishing.com

  2. Dan
    January 27, 2015 at 8:25 am

    L. J. Williams wrote: “Then when the presentation concluded, time and space seemed to have stood still. This attribute can only describe presentations that are professional, exciting, intriguing, joyous, serious, factual, casual and astonishing.”

    I have heard Barrie present on a couple of occasions and I completely agree.

    • BBV Publishing
      January 30, 2015 at 2:13 pm

      Dan, thanks for the confirming reply about Barrie Schwortz.

      L.J. c/o BBVpublishing

      On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 8:25 AM, Shroud of Turin Blog wrote:

      > Dan commented: “L. J. Williams wrote: “Then when the presentation > concluded, time and space seemed to have stood still. This attribute can > only describe presentations that are professional, exciting, intriguing, > joyous, serious, factual, casual and astonishing.” I hav” Respond to > this comment by replying above this line > New comment on *Shroud of Turin Blog * > > > *Dan* commented > > on Barrie Schwortz’ Lecture Schedule for 2015 > . > > > in response to *Dan*: > > With the latest update to shroud.com, Barrie Schwortz has published his > lecture schedu

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