Here it is, as promised, and right on time. In an email to subscribers, Barrie Schwortz writes:
We are happy to announce that our major Fall Update is now online! Just visit our Late Breaking Website News page for all the details.
This update leads off with my full report on the 49th annual Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Jalsa Salana UK Convention that was held in Hampshire, England, in August of this year, where I was invited to speak by the publishers of the highly respected 113 year old journal, The Review of Religions. I was joined by Pam Moon, who displayed materials from her beautiful Shroud of Turin Exhibition, including a lifesize Shroud replica and lifesize prints. The article also includes many photographs and videos from the event.
We have also added the next ten issues of Rex Morgan’s Shroud News, a report on the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Exhibit, a memorial for the passing of two long time Shroud researchers and an article about another relic that is of interest to Shroud researchers.
You will also find a large selection of recently published Shroud articles and papers, a list of recently published books and newly released videos, news of a special sale on our backlit Shroud transparencies in PhotoGlow frames from our Website Store page, important information about our 20th anniversary update coming on January 21, 2016and much more.
This update is a big one and should keep you busy through the holidays, so enjoy reading all the new material!…
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Here is a linked up table of contents for the Late Breaking Website News page:
- Report on the 49th Annual Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Jalsa Salana Convention in England
- Ten More Issues Added to Rex Morgan’s Shroud News Archive
- Report on the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis Exhibit
- In Memoriam – Robert William (Bill) Mottern and Ian Dickinson
- 5 Million Clicks and Counting
- People in the News
- STERA, Inc. Begins Annual Fundraising Campaign
- Recently Published Papers and Articles
- Recently Published Books
- Recently Released Videos
- Holy Tunic of Argenteuil To Be Displayed in 2016
- Shroud Speakers Directory Updated
- Just In Time For The Holidays
- The Next Update Marks Our 20th Anniversary Online!
Picture is inline at shroud.com. Caption reads: “Arif Khan and Barrie Schwortz on Live TV to 50 Million Viewers in Africa. … ©2015 Review of Religions
Thank you for your update to the shroud.com, and inclusion of my humble presentation about 3D effect.
I have a one, very minor issue:
You wrote in the entry ” (Holy Tunic of Argenteuil To Be Displayed in 2016) http://shroud.com/latebrak.htm#tunic ) : Although not directly related to the Shroud of Turin.
Actually, several comparisons between bloodstains on the Tunic and the dorsal image on the Shroud have been performed, one back in 1930s, and more recently by late Andre Marion in 1997. Here you have two scans from Marion & Lucotte book “Le linceul de Turin et la tunique d’Argenteuil” (which provides excellent overview of the scientific reasearch of the Tunic):
They claim there is a match. If so, then we should say that the Tunic is directly related to the Shroud -and very important material evidence.
I’m intrigued..Can you tell me anything else about the tunic or point me to another scientific investigation on it? I can’t find “Le linceul de Turin et la tunique d’Argenteuil” anywhere online.
Here are the Google Books fragments of Polish edition of that book (I have a paper version, which is my primary source of information about the Tunic): http://tinyurl.com/ow3jjw8
Or you can ask our French-speaking friends.
There is also a chapter in Grzegorz Górny’s “Witnesses to mystery” which summarizes the research:
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