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January 23, 2017

National Handwriting Day and the Bible

In this digital age, when you can hold the entire Bible in the palm of your hand, imagine a seven-volume, handwritten Bible, like the Saint John’s Bib...
January 13, 2017

George Fox: A Legacy of Friends

Did you know? President Herbert Hoover and President Richard Nixon were friends? As in Friends--or Quakers! Part of a long list among influencers...
January 12, 2017

Technology—a Launching Point to Engage with the Bi...

Technology is making it possible for millions of people to access the Bible—many for the first time! What used to take years, distributing Bibles...
January 11, 2017

The Matthews Bible—But Who Was Matthews?

Today we take for granted hearing the words of the English Bible, but in the 16th century, it was illegal to translate or even own an English Bible!...
January 10, 2017

Igor Stravinsky and the Symphony of Psalms

In 1929 the Boston Symphony Orchestra commissioned Russian composer, Igor Stravinsky, one of the most important composers of the first half of the 20t...
January 09, 2017

John Baskett and the Vinegar Bible

In the early 18th century, the first edition of the Baskett Bible was considered, “one of the most beautiful Bibles ever produced!” Printed by John...
January 06, 2017

Epiphany!

For millions of Christians in the world, January 6 commemorates the Feast Day of Epiphany, an ancient tradition dating back to the second century....

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