Skeptics have mounted numerous attempts to show how a medieval artist could have produced the image in the Shroud of Turin, but all have been inadequate to fully explain how it was formed. (Courtesy shroudencounter.com)
Skeptics have mounted numerous attempts to show how a medieval artist could have produced the image in the Shroud of Turin, but all have been inadequate to fully explain how it was formed. (Courtesy shroudencounter.com)

EUGENE — The national Shroud Encounter Talk came to the University of Oregon last month.

As a follow-up, Dominican Father Anselm Ramelow, a professor of philosophy at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology in Berkeley, California, will speak in room 023 in the Erb Memorial Union (the student union building) at the university Thursday, Jan. 17, at 5:30 p.m.

The title of Father Ramelow's talk is "Is Belief in Miracles Rational?"