Two blocks from the Mall, visitors enter the Museum of the Bible through a soaring glass vestibule, with Psalm 19 inscribed in a different language on each of 16 panels. Artist Larry Kirkland, known for grand-scale installations with embedded messages, also designed 40-foot bronze “pages” of Genesis that flank the front door. That’s the blessed entry to interactive displays, Vatican treasures and artifacts confirming the holy scripture’s impact on the modern world.
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