On Display at New Orleans Baptist Seminary

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary’s new Bible and archaeology museum occupies a small space, but heralds the powerful, timeless message of the Bible being handed down and preserved through the centuries.

“From Papyrus to Print: A Journey through the History of the Bible” explores how the Bible was written on papyrus and parchment, copied, preserved and ultimately printed in the language of common people. Ancient archaeological artifacts supplement the experience by offering a glimpse into daily life in biblical times.

It sounds fun- so if you’re in New Orleans, check it out and let us know if it’s worthwhile.

About Jim

I am a Pastor, and Lecturer in Church History and Biblical Studies at Ming Hua Theological College.
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