A Museum Review for You—A Review of the Museum of the Bible

You may or may not have heard that a Museum of the Bible opened in Washington, D.C. I have…feelings about putting a museum like this across the street from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a block from the FBI’s headquarters and from the U.S. Department of Education, and catty-corner from a State Department facility. The symbolism of that choice ought not be lost upon those of us concerned about separating church and state. (If you think it’s some neutral facility with no axe to grind, I have lovely real estate in the Everglades to sell you.)

Looking for field trip opportunities for the students at the congregation’s school, I went with our school director to the Museum to see whether and, if so, how students from our school might benefit from a field trip. Since we did the legwork, it seemed like a good idea to write up my impressions.

And, having written it up, why not share it with you?

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Photograph of musical instruments (mandolin, guitar, banjo, resonator guitar, washboard, tin whistle, and double-bass) against a medium-blue background

Of all things…an album review!

Every once in a great while, I’ve posted a book review here. It’s really been quite some time since I’ve done so–perhaps a year? Two years?

Well, I’m still not posting a book review. I am, however, posting an album review for Nefesh Mountain’s self-titled first album.

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