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N. D. Wilson
Wilson holds an MA from St. John’s College, Annapolis and is the Managing Editor of Credenda/Agenda magazine, a religiously and philosophically Trinitarian cultural journal. He is also a Fellow of Literature at New St. Andrews College, where he teaches a year-long freshman course on Classical Rhetoric, as well as an eight-week seminar on Euclid’s Elements. While pursuing a year of graduate study at Liberty University in 2000, he was first truly introduced to the Shroud of Turin by Dr. Gary Habermas, constructing the Shadow Theory later that same year as a result of one of Habermas’s lectures.

“Father Brown Fakes the Shroud,” Wilson’s article describing both the formulation and testing of the Shadow Theory has been published in Books and Culture, March/April, 2005.

Scott Minnich, Ph.D.
Dr. Minnich is an Associate Professor of Microbiology at the University of Idaho. He did postdoctoral research at both Princeton and Purdue and his current research interests include Y. enterocolitica gene expression and coordinate reciprocal expression of flagellar and virulence genes. His work has also played an important role within the Intelligent Design scientific community.

Dr. Minnich was already familiar with the issues surrounding the Shroud of Turin, when Wilson contacted him about the Shadow Theory. He provided Wilson with essential guidance regarding the structuring of the experiment.

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"Father Brown Fakes the Shroud"


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Emerging From Shadows:
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