In this video presentation on the Shroud of Turin Father Spitzer points out a significant flaw in the 1988 carbon testing that dated the origin of the Shroud to the middle ages. He then discusses new data that strongly suggests that not only is the Shroud a first century artifact but quite possibly a relic of the resurrection.
Formerly a marketing and product executive for early stage technology companies, Joseph G. Miller made the transition to full time Catholic evangelization in 2007. Prior to joining Magis he served as a vice president and board member for the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS). With Magis, Joe leads the organization’s digital outreach. He also serves on the Magis Center’s Board of Directors, He holds a Master of Arts in Philosophy from Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Cromwell, CT and a Master of Arts in Theology from Notre Dame Graduate School in Alexandria, VA.