Ken Howard spent nearly four decades working to make the Bible more widely available in the USSR. During the Cold War, an outright ban on the Bible never existed, but many religions and religious practices were forced out of public life through discouraging rhetoric and practices propagated by the state. Despite this opposition, Ken, and many others, believed anyone who wanted a copy of the Bible should have one; so they set out to bring Bibles to them. This exhibit is about his story — a tale of an ordinary man who did extraordinary things to share the Bible with the world.
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