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- [Interviewer] Tell us aboutwhat the one year anniversary
means to you here atthe Museum of the Bible.
- Well, the Bible is the most printed
and the most renowned bookin the history of the world,
and this museum is a monument to it,
and the thing that people
don't understand about this museum,
it's also extremely entertaining.
You come here, you will be thrilled.
There's a ride here.
There's virtual reality here.
There's an opportunityto see how this book
has impacted peoplefrom all over the world,
and to see it growing in popularity.
There's nothing partisan about it.
There's nothing denominational about it.
This is about uplifting mankind,
so it is absolutely a thrill to be here.
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- [Interviewer] If youcould speak anything about
the current state of affairs in America,
of people reading the Bible,
and do you think they'reengaged in the Bible
and have impacted countless Americans?
- Well, right now in America,
there's a battle going on as to whether
we retain our Judaeo-Christian values
or whether we decide that humanism
is the most important thing,
that everybody is their owncenter of justice and fairness,
and I believe that thismuseum will help people
to move to the correctresponse on that question.
- [Interviewer] Thank you.
- [Interviewer] Is thereanything you'd like to add?
- I would just add thatthere's so much excitement
about this place as it's building.
There are a lot of people thatstill don't know about it,
but this is a word of mouth thing.
Anybody who's been here will just
have had such a thrilling experience,
so I encourage everybody,
bring your family, bringyour friends, and just come.
- Thank you.- Okay.