So, to be clear, there are actually lots of Bibles in the museum. But they are all in one room, and that room is a relatively small part of the museum. Still, apparently the oldest Bible printed in the Netherlands is there, so that's pretty neat.
The rest of the collection is exactly what a 19th century Biblicist would be expected to collect: mummies, Egyptian artifacts, and Near Eastern artifacts that show what life in the first and late second millennium BCE would have been like. The collection was used to illustrate the sermons on Rev. Leendert Schouten, who put the collection together. Also, there are really fun little models that I could have looked at all day.
All told, this is a VERY small museum, but if you have the museumkaart and at least a passing history in Bible or religious history in the 19th century, it is well worth a peek.
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