The Miller Bible Museum is a special collection of Bibles and biblical history artifacts that is housed on the first floor of the Hester Memorial Library. The museum’s collection spans the history of the Bible from the earliest times to the beginning of the computer age. Visitors can appreciate artifacts including pottery, coins and tablets from the biblical period, as well as print copies of the Bible in more than twenty different languages. These artifacts highlight the work of translation organizations such as Bible Translators and the United Bible Societies, which continue even today, to translate the Bible into more languages and dialects.
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