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The Scribe January 2012 Vol. 1, Issue 1
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New Mexico History Museum
Letters and Revelation

44 pages from two of the Bible's seven volumes — Wisdom Books and Prophets — are now on exhibit at the New Mexico History Museum

Image courtesy of Blair Clark, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

Donald Jackson often refers to the ripple effect of The Saint John's Bible. The Scribe was created to share the "ripples" being generated by exhibitions, Heritage Edition gifts, Seeing the Word and the very active online community on Facebook, Twitter and The Saint John's Bible website. With this first issue of the year, here are the Top 10 ways The Saint John's Bible can ignite your spiritual imagination in 2012:
  1. Visit the New Mexico History Museum in Santa Fe to see original pages of The Saint John's Bible. Illuminating the Word:The Saint John's Bible will share its space and spirit with Contemplative Landscape now through April 7, 2012.
  2. Visit one of the 50 institutions around the world to see the Heritage Edition of The Saint John's Bible.http://www.saintjohnsbible.org/heritage/journey.htm
  3. Visit a print exhibition of The Saint John's Bible in your area.
    http://www.saintjohnsbible.org/see/exhibit.htm
  4. Follow The Saint John's Bible online community on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TheSaintJohnsBible and Twitter http://twitter.com/SaintJohnsBible
  5. Sponsor a print exhibition of The Saint John's Bible at your church, school or local community center.
    http://www.saintjohnsbible.org/programming/print_exhibition.htm
  6. Visit the Seeing the Word website to learn more about this program of guided reflection that is based on images from The Saint John's Bible.
  7. Visit Saint John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota to see original pages of The Saint John's Bible. The exhibit is open throughout the year at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library.
  8. Subscribe to the quarterly printed version of The Scribe by contacting Kerry Werlinger at 320- 363-2611 or kwerlinger@csbsju.edu.
  9. See all the pages of The Saint John's Bible online at http://www.saintjohnsbible.org/see/explore.htm
  10. Learn how colleges, parishes, libraries and museums are using the Heritage Edition of The Saint John's Bible in programming, curriculum, ministry and the fine arts. Contact Jim Triggs at jtriggs@csbsju.edu for the free Heritage Edition Case Studies white paper.


See the Bible
Print Exhibitions

College of Mount St. Joseph
Cincinnati, OH
January 17 - February 26, 2012

River Falls Public Library
River Falls, WI
March 24 - April 22, 2012

Touring Exhibitions

New Mexico History Museum
Santa Fe, NM
October 21, 2011 - April 7, 2012