Museums are full of exciting archeological finds. Visitors line up daily to view that which was once lost. At the Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS), recent exhibitions have included discoveries from the days of Vikings, mummies from around the world, and a hands-on interface with the world of robotics. But of all the discoveries that fill the halls and interests of its patrons, one discovery stands above the rest in significance and import. That is the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
After a 10-year effort, the DMNS gained a victory in bringing the scrolls to the city of Denver. Scholars, religious academics, and experts alike are thrilled with the once in a lifetime chance to have the scrolls in close proximity. With great anticipation, those who know most about the historical weight of these scrolls prepare for their arrival. Once lost to the world, the transcripts of what has become the Bible were found by (more…)