Bible Museum Closes $50 Million Deal for D.C. Location
Planners of a Bible museum in Washington closed a $50 million deal Thursday on a building two blocks from the National Mall.
The Museum of the Bible, a nonprofit group planning the still-to-be-named museum, announced it will be housed at 300 D Street SW in what is now the Washington Design Center, a series of showrooms of luxury home furnishings.
âOur intent is for this museum to showcase both the Old and New Testaments, arguably the worldâs most significant pieces of literature, through a non-sectarian, scholarly approach that makes the history, scholarship and impact of the Bible on virtually every facet of society accessible to everyone,â said Mark DeMoss, a member of the Bible museum's board....
Literature? this outfit already has the wrong viewpoint on the Bible. The Bible is the Word of God
2 Timothy 3 16 All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; 17 that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work.---NASB
If I happen to be in Wash. D.C., in 2016, I might even stop in and look at it, but one thing about our Judeo-Christian tradition, that the importance of the Bible doesn't lie in its literary or historical importance -- but because it is the Word of God.