The Bible Museum in D.C.: Turning Theology Into History?

Funded by a billionaire Evangelical family, and with construction costs of $500 million, the Museum of the Bible is the most intriguing and most talked-about attraction in town

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A door opens to the "Exodus" section inside the Museum of the Bible in Washington. The project is largely funded by the conservative Christian owners of the Hobby Lobby crafts chain.
A door opens to the "Exodus" section inside the Museum of the Bible in Washington. The project is largely funded by the conservative Christian owners of the Hobby Lobby crafts chain. Credit: Jacquelyn Martin/AP
Moshe Gilad
Moshe Gilad
Washington
The Bible Museum in Washington.Credit: Alan Karchmer / Museum of The Bi
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Alan Karchmer / Museum of The Bi
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad
The Bible Museum in WashingtonCredit: Moshe Gilad

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