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'Criticism Resulting from My Mistakes Was Justified': Museum of the Bible Receives Heavy Criticism over Stolen Artifacts

'Criticism Resulting from My Mistakes Was Justified': Museum of the Bible Receives Heavy Criticism over Stolen Artifacts

Just under 12,000 antiquities are being repatriated to the Iraqi and Egyptian governments by Steve Green and his Museum of the Bible. The artifacts, which were housed in the Washington, D.C.-based Museum of the Bible, were found to be either looted or stolen during a museum funded investigation into the facilities collection.

When Pastors Were Spies

When Pastors Were Spies

The East German secret police, known as the Stasi not only gathered information on millions of civilians following World War II, but they also engaged in domestic espionage that included a highly sophisticated “church department” which, for four decades, used a network of Christian pastors and theology professors as informants.