by Richard B.Sorensen
[June 2005]In this well researched article, Richard compiles and presents all the evidence regardingthe infamous "Leonardo Theory" proposed by some researchers, and includes links toall of his references.
A new theory of the cloth's history prior to the 6th century, illustrated with colortransparencies.(From the 1999 Richmond Conference)
Ian Wilson's overview of the current state of Shroud research and his plea forcooperation within the Shroud research community. This paper was originally presentedat the
1998 Turin Symposium.
[15 July 2011]Without doubt, the painting created by Armenian artist
and based on theimage of the Shroud, is world famous and has become one of the most beloved andiconic portrayals of Jesus of the 20th century. Although the image itself is well known,very few of us know much about the artist himself. I was fortunate to be contacted byhis daughter,
Annig Agemian Raley
, who was kind enough to write a detailedbiography of him that she has kindly allowed me to share here with you.
[1 Nov 2011]Further insights into the fascinating life of her father.
Reprinted from the June 1983 edition of
, this articlenot only makes an interesting argument for the authenticity of the Shroud, circa 1983,but also provides us with excellent insight into the workings of Shroud science.Included after the article itself is a Comments section, with a variety of critiques frommany noted Shroud researchers. This includes a rather heated debate by experts on bothsides of the authenticity argument, followed by the author's direct and often pointedreply to their comments. However, it provides a great perspective on the nature of Shroud science itself and I am pleased to be able to make it available to you. It isillustrated and
includes eleven images.
A special word of thanks to the