How the image came to be on the shroud.

In the following posting, I borrow some wording from my own The Resurrection is Just Too Mysterious to Be Described. I apologize for that but it was the best way, So, please bear with me as I bare my thoughts. Many of us who believe in the Resurrection believe it was physical.  Many others do not. … Continue reading “How the image came to be on the shroud.”

Charles Freeman on Tetradiplon and the Video on shroud.com

He wrote in a comment a few hours ago: … Someone please tell Ian Wilson so that he can revise his text for any new edition of the Shroud. This should go along with his correction of the illustration of tetradiplon as you cannot translate it as ’doubled in four’ alongside an illustration showing it … Continue reading “Charles Freeman on Tetradiplon and the Video on shroud.com”

Comment Promoted: Not so Fair or Unethical Goings On at Radiocarbon?

Joe Marino writes elsewhere: Some of you have heard this story before but it bears repeating in this context. In late 2001, Sue and [I] [pictured together] submitted to Radiocarbon our Orvieto paper. In a letter dated January 1, 2002, Dr. Timothy Jull, editor of the journal Radiocarbon, and one of the scientists from the … Continue reading “Comment Promoted: Not so Fair or Unethical Goings On at Radiocarbon?”

I think this was my favorite comment from a reader during 2013

David Goulet wrote: The wise man has more to learn from the fool than the fool from the wise man. Now I’m not saying Colin [Berry] is a fool, nor you. Nor am I a wise man. But the heart of this saying is that the wise man can learn even from something that on … Continue reading “I think this was my favorite comment from a reader during 2013”

Rejecting all the “energetic” hypothesis for the Shroud of Turin image

Yannick Clément writes: This comment can be seen as an addendum to my recent posts concerning Rogers point of view about the image chromophore of the Shroud. You can read these 2 series of quotes from Rogers (along with personal comments from me) here : 1- https://shroudofturin.wordpress.com/2012/05/11/sentence-one-in-the-richard-dawkins-challenge-is-wrong-period/#comments 2- https://shroudofturin.wordpress.com/2012/05/21/creative-comment-of-the-day-by-colin-berry/#comment-11553 Recently, I discovered a new quote … Continue reading “Rejecting all the “energetic” hypothesis for the Shroud of Turin image”

Comment for Today: David Rolfe

David Rolfe writes in his blog: Dan, thanks for this thoughtful piece which I think highlights the dilemmas we face. The consensus I was seeking was for a particular purpose and agenda. Namely, to challenge those that dismiss the Shroud solely on the basis of the C14 with out any obligation to explain how the … Continue reading “Comment for Today: David Rolfe”