The Bible League tracks the changes in the recording of God’s Word.

By March 22, 2004

USA (BLG/MNN)–The Bible League is participating in From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book, a traveling exhibit that explores the development of written language and traces the recording of God’s Word.

“We are pleased to be a part of this historic exhibit, and to provide God’s Word as it continues to make a historic impact,” said Robert W. Cole, the Bible League’s president.

From the Dead Sea Scrolls to the Forbidden Book guides visitors through the history of the Bible, so they can experience how the Bible evolved into the present-day English version.

The exhibit’s developers also hope to inspire a more intense desire for reading the Holy Scriptures. This goal complements the mission of the Bible League, which provides Scriptures and training to churches worldwide.

With an emphasis on discipleship, the Bible League uses a unique approach to Scripture placement. Working through local churches, the Bible League promotes personal, family, and small group Bible studies to foster and strengthen Christian faith and active church membership.

Over the years, the Bible League has provided nearly 650 million Scriptures in more than 700 languages.

Currently the Bible League works in over 50 countries, and has ministries in areas of the world where the Bible is still a forbidden book.

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