Attention RedStaters: A message from Myra Adams:
As a long time RedState diarist (since 2010) I know that many of you are interested in the Shroud of Turin, and might enjoy reading the following news:
On January 18, I led an effort to produce a unique event about the Shroud of Turin at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. Featuring several of the world’s leading Shroud experts, the event was a kick-off for what is on target to be the most groundbreaking high-tech exhibition ever produced about the Shroud of Turin scheduled to open on Feb. 17, 2021. (An exhibition that I believe will impact the nation and the world by educating people about what millions believe is the authentic burial Shroud of Jesus Christ.) The world’s leading Shroud website Shroud.com featured the event reporting:
The Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. hosted a special Shroud of Turin event titled, “Explore the Mystery,” on January 18, 2020. The sold out event featured presentations and a panel discussion with such notable Shroud scholars as Russ Breault, Tristan Casabianca, Fr. Andrew Dalton, Fr. Robert Spitzer, Dr. Cheryl White and Special Guest Ray Downing. [He starred in the History Channel’s famous hit documentary, the “Real Face of Jesus?”] The event was held to help raise funds for the high tech, interactive Shroud of Turin Exhibition that the museum plans to unveil in 2021. Once again, STERA, Inc. [Foundation of Shroud.com] was well represented and Board Members Dr. Cheryl White and Russ Breault were speakers at the event. Russ served as the Moderator throughout the program and has kindly sent us his Opening Remarks to include with this article. An interview with the participants aired on EWTN Nightly News Tuesday, January 21 at 6:00 and 9:00 pm.
I [Shroud.com founder and expert, Barrie Schwortz] was unable to attend since I was putting the finishing touches on this update, so we are grateful to our good friend, noted writer and Shroud scholar, Myra Adams for filing this exclusive report for Shroud.com: (Continue reading)
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