THE BIBLE’S place in history will be the focus of an exhibition opening in Stratford today.
Straford-upon-Avon Christadelphians are hosting the exhibition, featuring a range of Bibles, which aims to show how it has survived and how it has accurately predicted numerous world events. Organiser David Simpson said: “We are trying to get people to look at the Bible as a source for morality and good standards.
“But once you begin to read you find there is far more to it than morals. It might be the bestselling book in the world, with over 5billion copies sold, but Christadelphians consider it to be the best book people may never have read!”
The exhibition, from April 21 to 23, can been seen at Christadelphian Hall on Rother Street, daily from 10am to 4..30pm. Admission is free.