SA joins nations in project to hand-inscribe Bible in 100 languages

Read more...South Africa will soon start participating in the Israeli Government-backed “People of the World Inscribe the Bible” project which aims to hand-inscribe the Bible in 100 different languages.

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Cabinet Approves Construction of Heichal HaTanakh

Read more...The Cabinet today unanimously approved the proposal to consider alternatives for the construction of the Heichal Hatanakh (Bible) Museum in or near Jerusalem.

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A Bible museum for the biblical city

Read more...Jerusalem has long been a holy city, but until now it has not had a museum devoted to one of the central reasons that it is holy: the Bible. According to a decision by the Knesset on November 13, a site devoted to the Bible will be built in Jerusalem in the coming years.

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PM Netanyahu Launches Inscribing the Tanakh Website

Read more...Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today in cooperation with Communications Minister Moshe Cahlon and Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein, launched the Inscribing the Tanakh website (in Hebrew).

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100 Bibles in 100 Languages

Read more...Unique project unites thousands of people worldwide to hand-inscribe bibles in their native languages. On display at Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem is a selection of some of these complete bibles in such languages as Mandarin, Taiwanese, Tamil and Finnish.

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Torontonian helps launch Bible project in Ukraine

Read more...TORONTO — "People of the World Inscribe the Bible" – an international project that had its Canadian debut in February 2007 with the participation of Prime Minister Stephen Harper – was launched in Ukraine last Thursday with help from Toronto businessman Nathan Jacobson.

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Author Amos Oz at Moscow Book Fair

Read more...The central theme of this year’s Moscow International Book Fair, which opened a few days ago, is the launching of an international writing project of a Bible by prominent authors and artists from all over the world, where every author contributes one verse in his own language.

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New project to inscribe Bible in Hindi

Read more...JERUSALEM: The Bible is to be inscribed in Hindi as part of an initiative by the Israeli foreign ministry to build bridges among diverse world populations through a project wherein individuals from different countries across the globe will inscribe verses from the Holy book in their own language.

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Winners Chosen from 964 Pictures for 'Children Illustrate Tanach' Competition

Read more...MOSCOW, Russia - The final stage of the project "Children Illustrate Tanach", sponsored by the Ohr Avner Foundation and Amos Rolnik, took place on June 1st in Moscow.

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