Interactive settings like this working replica of Gutenberg's famous printing press at Passages (ExplorePassages.com) are wowing scholars and school children alike in dramatic telling of how today's English Bible came to be. (TRT 0:52)
Passages is a 40,000-square-foot, interactive living-history attraction that chronicles the remarkable story behind the most-debated, most-banned, best-selling book of all time: the Bible. At Passages, rare artifacts and texts chronicle the evolution of the Bible's format from early cuneiform tablets to today's digital Scriptures in elaborately designed contextual settings that span the ages. Historical figures, hands-on activities and digital technologies present the Bible's dramatic backstory to guests of all faiths, interests and ages.
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