Museum of the Bible Tour in Washington, D.C.
- What is it?
A Tour of the section of the Museum that compares archeological discoveries to see if they agree with what God’s Word says. The tour examines evidence to see if the Bible is true by checking its historical claims against scientific evidence.
- What if I’m already a Christian who believes the Bible by faith?
Wonderful. But this tour is designed to give believers more confidence in answering unbelievers and skeptics questions in a way that can help them see that there is a tremendous amount of evidence that the Bible is true.
- Why take the tour?
To be equipped so you can better answer the unbelieving world for why you believe the Bible is true, which gives you a foundation to share the good news of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ.
- How long is the tour?
It takes about 45 minutes to an hour to look at the archeological area and compare the artifacts with the people, places, events, and time periods that God’s Word describes.
- Who is this for?
Church groups, Bible studies, or other groups of Christians who wish to grow in their faith. 18th and 19th century educational and cultural institutions described the Bible as myths and fairy tales. This criticism along with Darwinism has done tremendous damage to the church. But the facts are very different than what is espoused in our unbelieving culture.