Sunday, April 13, 2014

Danusha Goska's Shroud of Turin Talk, at the Catholic Campus Ministry Center, WPUNJ, Wayne / Haledon New Jersey, Wednesday, April 30th, Six PM.

Here is a flyer to Danusha Goska's (author of "The Shroud of Turin???" essay) Shroud of Turin Talk, at the Catholic Campus Ministry Center, WPUNJ, Wayne / Haledon New Jersey, Wednesday, April 30th, Six PM. Click on the flyer's image to enlarge it. See Danusha's "Save Send Delete" blog for more details.

4 comments:

Singing Bear said...

"If the technology to create the Shroud was available in medieval Europe, where are other products of this technology?" For me, *this* gets to the heart of the matter. Excellent essay.

Stephen E. Jones said...

Singing Bear

>"If the technology to create the Shroud was available in medieval Europe, where are other products of this technology?"

This is Danusha Goska's unanswered and unanswerable question to Shroud anti-authenticists in her excellent, must read, essay, "The Shroud of Turin???".

>For me, *this* gets to the heart of the matter.

Yes, she continued: "Given the lucrative nature of the forgery market, why didn't the forger create a similar Shroud of Mary, Shroud of St. Peter, Shroud of St. Paul, etc.? And why didn't followers do the same?"

>Excellent essay.

It is indeed. I have now reposted it as, "Danusha Goska's original essay, `The Shroud of Turin???'"

Stephen E. Jones
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Singing Bear said...

Hyperlink added many moons ago. Have been directing people to you for some time. Keep up this wonderful and essential work. Thanks.

Stephen E. Jones said...

Singing Bear

>Hyperlink added many moons ago.

Thanks. Much appreciated.

>Have been directing people to you for some time.

Again, thanks.

>Keep up this wonderful and essential work. Thanks.

I will, while I can.

Stephen E. Jones