Museum of the Bible by the Numbers

I wish each and every one of you could visit the museum’s construction site.  I know many of you have kept track of the museum’s progress through our webcam, newsletter, and social media, but the reality of what this old refrigerated warehouse in Washington, DC, is transforming into just blows…

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Celebrating the Story of Esther: Purim

We are getting close to a really fun holiday on the Jewish calendar – Purim. This year Purim falls on the evening of March 23. It commemorates a time when the Jewish people living in Persia (modern day Iran) were saved from extermination by a beautiful young Jewish woman named…

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With One Million

One evening after one of our museum awareness raising events, a few of us were sitting around and throwing out ideas of how to get people involved in this exciting venture.  It is our passion to find ways to bring everyone in to be a part of this project.  We…

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The Bible in English

I grew up in west Texas and, therefore, speak Texan, a rough dialect of the English language.  While I wish someone would translate the Bible into Texan, I am thankful to make do with the numerous English translations that exist. The Wycliffe Bible was first translated into English in the…

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