Newsweek’s Cover Story on Museum of the Bible Called ‘a Ridiculous Hit Job’

Exterior rendering of the eight-story, 430,000-square-foot Museum of the Bible. Opening in 2017, the museum is being designed by lead architect group Smith Group JJR (Smith Group JJR/ Museum of the Bible)
Exterior rendering of the eight-story, 430,000-square-foot Museum of the Bible. Opening in 2017, the museum is being designed by lead architect group Smith Group JJR (Smith Group JJR/ Museum of the Bible)

“A ridiculous hit job.” That’s how one analyst describes Newsweek and author Nina Burleigh’s cover story on the soon-to-be-opened Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC.

Burleigh says the aim of the Museum of the Bible is “to prove the Bible factually accurate and historically true.” And that, she opines, is “perhaps more appropriate in an Oklahoma City Sunday school than it is in the capital of a heterogeneous country like the United States.”

The museum – which is being built by Hobby Lobby president Steve Green just blocks from the U.S. Capitol and the National Mall – is set to open in the fall of 2017. According to the museum’s website, the “History” floor of the multi-level structure will feature more than 500 world-class artifacts documenting the Bible’s “preservation, translation, and transmission” across centuries and cultures.

In her article, however, Burleigh accuses the $400-million effort of being “culturally provincial,” containing “exclusionary values,” and conveying “anti-science propaganda.”

Dan Gainor of Media Research Center never ceases to be amazed at the lengths a biased media will go to denigrate Christianity.

“What a ridiculous hit job,” he says, referring to Burleigh’s article. “I mean, really – the most important book in the history of mankind.”

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SOURCE: OneNewsNow.com
Steve Jordahl