Have you ever been to the Museum of the Bible in Washington DC? The museum is funded by the Green family, the very Christian founders of the Hobby Lobby who wanted to dedicate an entire building to the Holy Bible. (Although I am sure that I have seen some top ones that already serve this purpose). In the past decade, the family has spent $ 400 million to house the largest private collection of sacred texts on this side of the Vatican City.
But like any money that goes with it, the hobby lobby has mostly led to inferior imitations. One of the most coveted collections of the Museum of the Bible was the fragments of the Dead Sea Scrolls, the draft of the Hebrew Bible that was so old that it crumbled into thousands of pieces and is now scattered around the world like an inappropriate Easter egg hunt. But from 2009 to 201