Myra Adams, Russ Breault, David Adams & Mark Antonacci
The leadership of Sign From God Foundation are dedicated professionals who have spent decades studying, speaking, researching and writing about the Shroud of Turin. Now we have come together dedicated and united in the belief that the Shroud of Turin should be utilized as an evangelization tool to bring a new generation to faith in Jesus Christ.
Myra at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C. February 2018
Myra is a writer and producer who has been keenly interested in the Shroud of Turin since 1997. She has seen the Shroud in Turin, Italy during its last two public exhibitions in 2010 and 2015. Myra was born and raised Jewish (maiden name Kahn) and came to faith in Christ in 1975. She believes that the Shroud is physical evidence left by God to show proof of Christ’s suffering and resurrection to those who need physical evidence in order to believe that Jesus Christ is the Jewish Messiah, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, and will come again.
Here are three of Myra’s most popular Shroud of Turin articles from National Review.
Russ as seen on the History Channel’s “The Real Face of Jesus?” 2010 - 2016
Russ Breault is a lifelong researcher on the Shroud of Turin, believed by millions to be the burial cloth that wrapped Jesus in the tomb. He attended the first United States scientific symposium in 1981 and has participated in numerous conferences since. He has lectured at hundreds of colleges, universities and churches of all denominations. He has appeared in numerous documentaries seen on History Channel, Discovery and EWTN. He was an advisor for the CNN series Finding Jesus and has also been interviewed for Good Morning America and ABC’s World News Tonight. He has personally seen the Shroud three times in 1998, 2000 and 2010.
Russ is president and founder of the Shroud of Turin Education Project, Inc. with a simple mission statement: To advance the knowledge of the Shroud to a new generation. He hosts two websites: www.ShroudEncounter.com and www.ShroudUniversity.com.
David has been interviewed about the Shroud on Sirius XM Radio’s The Catholic Channel.
David Adams is a retired U.S. Foreign Service officer who, since 2006, has served as Vice President for Missions (overseas operations) for Cross Catholic Outreach/Cross International, an interdenominational humanitarian Christian ministry that engages in poverty alleviation in some 35 countries. Adams has been interviewed on Catholic radio on multiple occasions about his ministry's work abroad, and also has shared with Catholic audiences his observations on the Shroud of Turin, which he has seen twice, studied, and commented on for a number of years.
Mark has proposed that a new series of sophisticated, minimally-invasive tests be performed on the Shroud at the atomic and molecular levels.
Mark Antonacci is an attorney and author who has studied all aspects of the Shroud of Turin for 37 years. He has been featured in newspapers, magazines, the internet, radio and television in the United States, Europe and South America.
He gave the keynote address at the last international conference held in conjunction with the Shroud’s exhibition in 2010 in which he proposed that a new series of sophisticated, minimally-invasive tests be performed on the Shroud at the atomic and molecular levels of this famous burial cloth. Mark has written the leading scientific hypothesis that not only explains the Shroud’s unparalleled frontal and dorsal body images, but also its controversial radiocarbon dating, its excellent condition, its pristine human blood marks, their still-red coloration, the possible outer side imaging, coin features and flower images, skeletal features and all of Shroud’s other unique qualities.
This hypothesis has been published in a peer reviewed scientific journal, and although it involves a miraculous event consistent with the resurrection, its occurrence can be scientifically tested. He asserts that these proposed tests could prove whether the Shroud was irradiated with particle radiation; whether the source was the length, width and depth of the crucified corpse in the cloth; when this event happened; where it occurred; the age of the Shroud and its blood; and the identity of the victim. Mark asserts this technology could also test all other natural or artistic explanations for the Shroud’s images or its radiocarbon dating.