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Upcoming Tour: Paul's Road To Rome

April 22 - May 3, 2014

Come journey with us as we travel to see the sight of Paulís shipwreck on the island of Malta (Acts 27:41-28:1), and to travel in his steps on the Appian Way and see the sites of the Appii Forum and the Three Taverns where he was met by Christians coming to encourage him as he made his way toward Rome to stand before Caesar (Acts 28:11-15; 25:10-12), and to see in Rome itself the sites where the Apostles Peter and Paul poured out the last full measure of their devotion to Christ (2 Peter 1:12-16; 2 Tim.4:6-8).

All this, plus the beautiful art and architecture of Florence, the unique Island of Capri, the breathtaking Amalfi Coast, and the historic cities of Sicily are included in this outstanding tour. This is going to be one of our finest tours yet. We so hope you will join us. For more information you can download the full itinerary and registration form here.

Ancient Worlds Uncovered

Windows Into The World Of The Bible

The museum's main gallery features the permanent exhibit that includes a visual display of objects and images from the Near Eastern and Classical worlds representing over 2,000 years of history.

A key component of the exhibit is a collection of museum replicas of significant artifacts from the British Museum and the Louvre including:

* The Assyrian Flood Tablet
* The Moabite Stone (Mesha Stela)
* Relief panel from the Black Obelisk of Shalmaneser III
* The Taylor Prism
* The Babylonian Chronicle
* The Cyrus Cylinder
* The Rosetta Stone

Past Exhibit: The Saint John's Bible Print Exhibition

St. John's Bible: Exhibit includes replica leaflets from the Saint John's Bible written and drawn entirely by hand by a team of professional scribes and artists over the course of 15 years. The purpose of the St. John's Bible is to bring the Word of God to today's population in a way they've never seen it before. Reproductions of the Bible can be viewed at more than 40 establishments throughout the world. The piece is the only "handwritten and illuminated Bible commissioned by a Benedictine Monastery since the advent of the printing press more than 500 years ago," according to the press release about the St. John's Bible.

Archaeology Blog

Check out our Archaeology Blog to learn more about interesting artifacts that can be seen in the museum

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