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  • One Man’s Quest to Bring Bibles to the USSR

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    10:00 AM EST

    Museum of the Bible

    One Man’s Quest to Bring Bibles to the USSR

    Museum of the Bible

    One Man’s Quest to Bring Bibles to the USSR
    During the Cold War, an outright ban on the Bible never existed, but many religions and religious practices were forced out of public life through discouraging rhetoric and practices propagated by the state. Despite this opposition, Ken, and many others, believed anyone who wanted a copy of the Bible should have one; so they set out to bring Bibles to them. This exhibit is about his story — a tale of an ordinary man who did extraordinary things to share the Bible with the world. 

  • Magna Carta: Tyranny. Justice. Liberty.

    Thursday

    10:00 AM EST

    Museum of the Bible

    Magna Carta: Tyranny. Justice. Liberty.

    Museum of the Bible

    Magna Carta: Tyranny. Justice. Liberty.
    Discover the story of the struggle for liberty within the history of the Magna Carta. Trace the role of the Bible and the English Church from the creation of the Magna Carta in the thirteenth century to today. The Bible provides many statements on rulers and ruling justly, which has inspired discussion and debate for centuries. With this exhibit, you will dive into those discussions and the role that they have played in history.

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About The Area

Washington, DC, known mostly for being the nation's capital and political hub, shows a different face for visiting tourists when theaters, nightclubs and sports venues come to life with entertainment options.

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More

  • One Man’s Quest to Bring Bibles to the USSR

    Thursday

    10:00 AM EST

    Museum of the Bible

    One Man’s Quest to Bring Bibles to the USSR

    Museum of the Bible

    One Man’s Quest to Bring Bibles to the USSR
    During the Cold War, an outright ban on the Bible never existed, but many religions and religious practices were forced out of public life through discouraging rhetoric and practices propagated by the state. Despite this opposition, Ken, and many others, believed anyone who wanted a copy of the Bible should have one; so they set out to bring Bibles to them. This exhibit is about his story — a tale of an ordinary man who did extraordinary things to share the Bible with the world. 

  • Magna Carta: Tyranny. Justice. Liberty.

    Thursday

    10:00 AM EST

    Museum of the Bible

    Magna Carta: Tyranny. Justice. Liberty.

    Museum of the Bible

    Magna Carta: Tyranny. Justice. Liberty.
    Discover the story of the struggle for liberty within the history of the Magna Carta. Trace the role of the Bible and the English Church from the creation of the Magna Carta in the thirteenth century to today. The Bible provides many statements on rulers and ruling justly, which has inspired discussion and debate for centuries. With this exhibit, you will dive into those discussions and the role that they have played in history.

Show more

About The Area

Washington, DC, known mostly for being the nation's capital and political hub, shows a different face for visiting tourists when theaters, nightclubs and sports venues come to life with entertainment options.

If you're in DC, there are so many attractions, you'll most likely have to narrow your list down. The abundance of political monuments and museums can be overwhelming. Factor in all of its cultural activities, shopping areas and restaurants, and you'll need weeks to explore everything. However, thanks to the great transit system and condensed location of many of the sights, you can get a good dose of DC in just a few days.

For a high-end stay, head over to National Harbor, where you can enjoy upscale hotels and restaurants. There’s also fun for the kids, as the illuminated Ferris wheel and Peep Store, as well as the unique statue of a giant buried in the sand on the beach, will make their eyes light up with excitement.

Discover the local flavors of the Chesapeake Bay, visit world-class museums, imagine all of the politicking that goes on inside those marble monuments, and revel in the culture that is present in the nation's capital.

WHAT'S NEARBY?

Maryland: Baltimore

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia

Other States & Provinces: Delaware Maryland New Jersey Virginia

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