What if there were a place that contained nearly every facet of the Bible under one roof? An edifice where visitors could see authentic ancient biblical artifacts and even learn about the Bible in their native tongue? The forthcoming Museum of the Bible plans to be that place.
With 430,000 square feet of exhibit space, the museum — which will have been in the works for an estimated five years from land acquisition to completion — is set to open its doors to visitors on Nov. 17, 2017.
The museum will offers guests an unprecedented Bible experience complete with interactive exhibits and translations into an impressive 1,007 languages through its partnership with the YouVersion Bible App.
Steven Bickley, vice president of the Museum of the Bible, told The Christian Post this week that the museum’s relationship with YouVersion is a synergistic one.
“We work to invite all people to engage with the Bible. … We’ve been talking with them [YouVersion] for quite a while about how to talk about Bible engagement — an active Bible engagement.
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