Special Exhibit on Women and the Bible at Dunham Bible Museum

Posted 15 February 2018

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Women and the Bible, special exhibit, is now at the Dunham Bible Museum, Houston. February 5-December 14, 2018.

Women were an integral part of the early narrative of Scripture as well as Jesus’ life and ministry. Throughout the history of the church women have read and studied the Scripture and shared its truths with others through numerous ways – as scribes, translators, missionaries, queens, mothers, and teachers. Drawing mainly on items in the Dunham Bible Museum’s collection, this special exhibit opens a window into some of these aspects of “Women and the Bible”.

Read more in Dunham Bible Museum’s  Winter Newsletter.

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Visual: Anne Boleyn, 1501-1536, Wikipedia. Anne Boleyn. King Henry VIII”s second wife, Anne Boleyn, was a supporter of the Reformation and encouraged her court ladies in scriptural piety. Anne’s copy of William Tyndale’s 1534 translation of the New Testament, which in her day was still outlawed, is now in the British Library.

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Start
5 February 2018

End
14 December 2018

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