History and Education

Two of the most notable early colonial printers were Christopher Saur Sr. and his son, Christopher Saur Jr. Their press was located just outside of Germantown, Pennsylvania, and competed with Benjamin Franklin in the printing industry.

Research is paramount to the mission of Museum of the Bible.

04/21/2016

Museum of the Bible is seizing opportunities to invite all people to engage with the Bible through the incredible DC museum, dozens of traveling exhibits, and the academic research of artifacts.

04/01/2016

“The Book” – Museum of the Bible’s radio minutes: Start your day with stories focused around the bestselling book of all time.

02/18/2016

     The story of the Bible in China is not yet written. Nevertheless, several sources allow us to suspect that the Jewish and later the Christian Bibles were brought to the region by merchants and business travelers

Tagged: China, Kaifeng, Torah, Jewish
02/16/2016

     In May of 1919, after Germany lost the First World War, the Allies presented the full terms of peace to Germany in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles, France.

01/18/2016

     It is a new year and a new beginning, a time to decide who we will be in 2016.

01/11/2016

     King James I was incredibly interested in biblical studies. He wrote on theological matters and translated portions of the text before becoming king of England.

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01/04/2016
How will you engage with the Bible in 2016? We have a few suggestions
12/21/2015

“Visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads.” This familiar line from “‘Twas the Night before Christmas” is usually read with great glee and wonder, but have you ever wondered what a sugar-plum is?