Museum of the Bible

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The Reformers: John Wycliffe

Published on October 17, 2017

Respected Oxford professor and preacher John Wycliffe believed every Christian should have access to the Bible. “The common people of England know [th...


The Protestant Reformation

Published on October 16, 2017

The Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century was a political, cultural, and religious turning point that changed the course of history and Chri...


Global Impact Bible

Published on October 13, 2017

The Bible has had an impact on every sphere, every facet, of life—including science, the arts, government, literature, and languages—as the common hol...


Codex Alexandrinus

Published on October 12, 2017

The Codex Alexandrinus is considered one of the oldest, most complete manuscripts of the Bible. Dating from the fifth century, this manuscript of the...


The Bear Bible and the Reformation

Published on October 11, 2017

Did you know that the Biblia del Oso—or what is known as the “Bear Bible”—is part of the rich history of the Bible in the Protestant Reformation? Casi...


Die Bibel: Shaping History

Published on October 10, 2017

"The first edition of Martin Luther’s New Testament in 1522 was a best seller! It had a print run of 3,000 copies—selling out completely within weeks....


Steve McQueen and Billy Graham’s Bible

Published on October 09, 2017

The car chase in the movie, Bullitt, is one of the most famous scenes in movie history and it’s driver, Steve McQueen, a superstar of the 60’s and 70’...


The Shema

Published on October 06, 2017

"Shema Yisrael. Hear, O Israel: God is our Lord, God is one!" These words, from a biblical commandment from the Torah in Deuteronomy 6:4, are recited...


Jonathan Edwards

Published on October 05, 2017

A religious revival sweeping parts of Europe and the American colonies in the 1730s and 40s became known as the Great Awakening! Jonathan Edwards, an...


Sukkot: The Feast of Tabernacles

Published on October 04, 2017

The book of Exodus describes a forty-year period when the Israelites wandered in the desert, living in temporary shelters, or "booths." Sukkot (booths...


A Museum Experience Like No Other

Published on October 02, 2017

The entrance to Museum of the Bible may be the most photographed museum entrance in Washington, DC! Visitors will be welcomed by dramatic forty-foot h...


Armenia and the Armenian Bible

Published on October 03, 2017

Armenia is a small country with a rich Christian history going back to the fourth century—the first country to adopt Christianity as its state religio...


Yom Kippur: Day of Atonement

Published on September 29, 2017

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is perhaps the most important holiday in the Jewish calendar. It marks the end of a period of introspection and repe...


The Charles Mully Movie

Published on September 28, 2017

In Kenya, 10,500 orphaned children have become part of the biggest family in the world. In the New Testament, Jesus tells a young man to sell all of h...


Solomon Stoddard

Published on September 27, 2017

Solomon Stoddard was born September 27, 1643, and is a name that’s not well known today. However, he’s considered one of the most influential Puritan...