Saturday, March 7, 2009

Papers from the Coumbus Conference

As a member of the Shroud Science Group I'm pleased to point you at the site where the papers given at the conference are available. The Shroud Science Group is a group of scientists, historians, archeologists and other sindonologists (students of the shroud) who are trying to understand this remarkable object.

The members of the Shroud Science Group hold various opinions about the authenticity of the shroud, about the processes by which the image and blood came to be on the shroud. Many favor authenticity, others are neutral on the subject and some no doubt believe the shroud is a clever human artifact. What unites the group is a commitment to scientific study of the shroud and not agenda driven bias.

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