Museum of the Bible released another set in its impact of the Bible content series – The Bible and Baseball: World Series Edition. Helping to usher in the historic 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians, this seven day reading plan invites fans to learn how the Bible has impacted many of the greatest players ever to compete for baseball’s highest prize.
Drawing deeply upon biblical passages and inspired by a nation in the midst of civil war, one of the most famous hymns in American history, the “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” is returning to the place where it was written by Julia Ward Howe in 1861.
Building upon the strong results and warm welcome from the Spanish-speaking market, Museum of the Bible recently launched into this segment with a Spanish language Facebook page, making the museum’s robust digital content instantly available to more than 240 million Spanish-speakers around the world. Through daily updates, the Facebook page is a treasure-trove of biblical content which includes: curated pictures of museum artifacts and exhibits; informational posts on the impact and influence of the Bible in culture and history; provocative quotes from authors, politicians, and thought leaders on the value of the Bible; as well as interactive trivia on Bible history.
Museum of the Bible, returning to the NRB International Christian Media Convention in February as a Platinum Sponsor, will publicly debut interactive technologies in development for the museum’s opening in Washington next year.
The 360° video employs emergent technology to provide unprecedented access to the highly anticipated Museum of the Bible construction site.
Recently community leaders, donors, government officials, and special guests have been invited inside the Museum of the Bible’s construction site – located just three blocks from the Capitol Building and two blocks from the National Mall – to take part in a “hard-hat” tour of the of the Museum of the Bible.
Fifteen months from the highly-anticipated grand opening of the Museum of the Bible in November 2017, just two blocks from the National Mall in Washington D.C., the institution is well underway taking its vast collection of biblical artifacts and academic resources on the road. The museum is announcing additional exhibit tour stops as well as academic events and lecture series to meet public demand, showcasing unique presentations at each location.