St. Petersburg, FL (March 9, 2006) — With the success of its winter exhibition and the lecture series, Florida International Museum (FIM) announces additional seminars offering insight into Ink & Blood: Sacred Treasures of the Bible, the world’s largest, most comprehensive exhibition on the history of the Bible. “The curator of Ink & Blood, Dr. William H. Noah, will be personally conducting some of the seminars we have added for the coming week,” said Kathy Oathout, FIM executive director. The exhibit, which includes authentic Dead Sea Scroll fragments, ancient Biblical manuscripts and a working Guttenberg Press, will be on display at FIM until May 14, 2006.
The bonus seminars are as follows:
3:00 pm – Mysteries of the Bible Walking Tour by Dr. William H. Noah
10:00 am – Mysteries of the Bible by Dr. William H. Noah
1:00 pm – Dead Sea Scrolls by Dr. William H. Noah
3:00 pm – Mysteries of the Bible by Dr. William H. Noah
1:00 pm – Mysteries of the Bible by Dr. William H. Noah
2:00 pm – The Footsteps of Bible Translators by Dr. David L. Brown
3:00 pm – Dead Sea Scrolls by Dr. William H. Noah
Noah is the founder and chief curator of the museum exhibition entitled, Ink & Blood: Sacred Treasures of the Bible. Dr. Noah wrote, produced, and hosted a video series on the origins of the Bible including several of the world’s leading scholars. Dr. Noah has written several books including The First Commandment, Musterion, and a forthcoming introductory level book on the history of the Bible entitled The Bible in Western Culture: Written in Ink & Blood.
Dr. David L. Brown holds a Masters degree in Theology and Ph.D. in History, specializing in the history of the English Bible. He has taught seminars on the origins of the English Bible at colleges, universities, and public events and spoken on many radio and television program covering that topic. Brown serves as an associate curator for Ink & Blood: Sacred Treasures of the Bible.