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Celebrate the Sounds of Christmas!
Celebrate the Sounds of Christmas!
November 9, 2022 - January 6, 2023

Museum of the Bible Magazine

Museum of the Bible Magazine offers a new way to engage with the museum. We’ll look more deeply at some of our exhibitions, take you into one-on-one interviews with special guests, and join our curators to explore some of their research into the Museum Collections.

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Christmas Carols: Stories of Your Favorite Christmas Classics“He who sings prays twice!”...Read More
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Context and Biblical Accounts with Ben Witherington IIIRecently on our podcast, Today at Museum of the Bible, Chief Curatorial Officer Dr. Jeff Kloha interviewed renowned New...Read More
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Museum of the Bible and 'The Chosen' — A New PartnershipAt Museum of the Bible, part of our mission is to engage people with the impact of the Bible on American and global cult...Read More
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Homecoming Week: A Time for ΦιλοξενίαIn a previous article for Museum of the Bible Magazine, I described discovering that our manuscript 352 was actually E...Read More
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A Glimpse at Museum of the Bible’s Torah Scrolls Database and Research ProjectTorah scrolls are the most sacred, perhaps the only truly sacred, objects in the Jewish religion. These parchment scroll...Read More
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Moses Gaster and the Samaritans: Separated by a Common LanguageIf you walk into Museum of the Bible’s new exhibition, The Samaritans: A Biblical People, and follow the wall on the ...Read More
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5,000 Hours in the Making: A Bible in Korean CalligraphyLong before daybreak, at 4:00 a.m., Jung Choe makes his way to a quiet corner of his home in Tacoma, Washington. He sits...Read More
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From the Podcast: Dr. Chris Jones and the “Wicked” BibleRecently, on our podcast, Today at Museum of the Bible, Chief Curatorial Officer Dr. Jeff Kloha interviewed Professor C...Read More
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Beyond the Walls: The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate ConceptionOur Beyond-the-Walls team, consisting of a photographer, a curator, and an editor (and this time an intern, too), went o...Read More
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Collections
Explore our artifacts online! New objects are added every week.
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Research
Our scholars and curators are always working on something. Take a look.
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Schools & Groups
History? Literature? Art? The Bible’s everywhere. Discover it with your class or group.
Online Education
Immerse your students in history with one of our live, K–12 interactive programs.
No matter where you are ...
No matter where you are ...
Or what time of day it is, Museum of the Bible is close at hand with an amazing array of online content.
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Why Museum of the Bible?


Museum of the Bible is a global, innovative, educational institution whose purpose is to invite all people to engage with the transformative power of the Bible. Through interactive exhibits and cutting-edge technology, we bring guests an immersive, personal experience with the impact, narrative, and history of the Bible. Whether you want to explore the Bible more deeply or are discovering it for the first time, Museum of the Bible has something for you.