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A day at the museum

For our UK readers or those passing through the capital, London offers a priceless resource for studying the background to the Bible.

Defending our faith Chris Sinkinson

The British Museum first opened in 1759 and since that time has been acquiring a wide range of artefacts from the ancient world. Many originate from the lands connected with the Bible — Egypt, Canaan, Greece, Assyria and Babylon — often as a result of Britain’s formidable influence during the Victorian era. This collection includes many exhibits that are of great value in the study of apologetics.