Meeting: using the Shroud of Turin in teaching
Posted by: Rosemary, 17 May 2012
On 6 June at 3.30pm there is a meeting in Central London for teachers and educationalists to discuss what might be done and how best to use the kind of resources and insights available about the Shroud of Turin to best effect.
The invitation comes from Antony Luby, an RE teacher in Aberdeen, and David Rolfe, the producer of Silent Witness.
Antony Luby writes: ‘The question of the authenticity or otherwise of the Shroud also provides a good way to examine how evidence of different kinds can be evaluated and what external forces may exist in any such evaluation. It is also an investigation in that the jury is still out. It remains possible for new evidence and insights to emerge that may provide some kind of breakthrough. That could come from anywhere - including your students and pupils.’
If you are interested in attending this meeting contact David Rolfe direct by email.