Monday, June 20, 2016

The Shroud of Turin blog topics "J"

The Shroud of Turin blog topics #2
© Stephen E. Jones[
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Topics "J"

This is the sub-index of topics with the first letter "J" and part #2 of my "The Shroud of Turin blog topics" series. See the Main Index "A-Z" and sub-index "M" for more information about this series.

[Right (enlarge): Front negative image of the the man on the Shroud of Turin (colour enhanced)[2]. My first photo posted on this blog.]

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[Jones, Stephen E.]


Notes:
1. This page, and each page, in my The Shroud of Turin blog topics series, is copyright. However, permission is granted to quote from any part of this page (but not the whole page), provided it includes a reference citing my name, its subject heading, its date, and a hyperlink back to this page. [return]
2. Fortean Picture Library (no longer online). [return]

Posted: 20 June 2016. Updated: 31 August 2016.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...


"I am an Australian evangelical Christian in my 60s ."
"I am 70 this year"

Hi Stephen,
Don't forget to make updates when necessary.
A fan of yours.

Stephen E. Jones said...

Anonymous

>>"I am an Australian evangelical Christian in my 60s ."
>>"I am 70 this year"

>Don't forget to make updates when necessary.

I won't. It is not necessary yet.

I did change it from "early 60s" to "60s."

>A fan of yours.

Thanks.

Stephen E. Jones
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MY POLICIES. Comments are moderated. Those I consider off-topic, offensive or sub-standard will not appear. Except that comments under my latest post can be on any Shroud-related topic. I normally allow only one comment per individual under each one of my posts.

Stephen E. Jones said...

>>"I am an Australian evangelical Christian in my 60s ."

The above related to the previous content of this my "Topics `J'" page. That content has since been cut-and-pasted to my "Jones, Stephen E." topics page.

Stephen E. Jones
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"By way of guidance as to what I mean by `offensive' and `sub-standard,' I regard comments to my blog as analogous to letters to the Editor of a newspaper. If the Editor of a newspaper would not publish a comment because it is `offensive' and/or `sub-standard' then neither will I. It does not mean that if I disagree with a comment I won't publish it. I have published anti-authenticist comments and other comments that I disagreed with, and I have deleted `offensive' and/or `sub-standard' comments that are pro-authenticist. `Sub-standard' includes attempting to use my blog as a platform to publish a block of text of the commenter's own views, and also bare links to other sites with little or no actual comments. By `off-topic' I mean if a comment has little or nothing to do with the topic(s) in the post it is under (except for the latest post-see above)." [05Jan16]