The $500 million museum opens this weekend.
'I don’t know if it is'
Steve Green’s collection, once headed for the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., is tainted by allegations of smuggling (Kelly Crow, ' Hobby Lobby Scion Spent Millions on Biblical Relics—Then Came a Reckoning', Wall Street Journal Nov. Show More Summary
Kyle Duncan, President Donald Trump’s nominee for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, is receiving strong support from national pro-life groups. Notably, Duncan, a lawyer from Louisiana, represented Hobby Lobby at the U.S. Supreme Court when the Obama administration tried to force the Christian business owners to cover drugs that may cause abortions in their […]
"Financial documents and interviews reveal a tangled relationship between the nonprofit museum; Hobby Lobby and its owners, the conservative-Christian Green family; and the National Christian Foundation, a donor-advised fund that supports key soldiers in the national battle for conservative Christian values.... Show More Summary
It's the brainchild of the evangelical Christian who owns Hobby Lobby and whose company paid a $3 million fine for intentionally mislabeling smuggled ancient Iraqi artifacts, and it's opening soon. "Organisers contend that the museum is non-partisan, non-sectarian and educational rather than evangelical, appealing to people of all faiths or no faith.... But that […]
Hobby Lobby president hopes “to share this book we love with as many people as possible.” Arguably the most influential cheerleader for the Bible in America today, Steve Green broke into the retail world assembling picture frames for his father’s small Oklahoma City shop in the 1970s. Show More Summary
It was conceived by the billionaire president of Hobby Lobby. It is a museum of biblical proportions – and it is stirring controversies to match. Opening next month in Washington, the Museum of the Bible cost half a billion dollars to build, spans 430,000 sq ft over eight floors and claims to be the most hi-tech museum in the world. Show More Summary
Lizzie Wade, 'Can the Museum of the Bible overcome the sins of the past?' Science Magazine Oct. 16, 2017 In the forthcoming book Bible Nation: The United States of Hobby Lobby, Joel Baden, a Hebrew Bible scholar at Yale Divinity School,...Show More Summary
After a 2013 flap over the lack of Hanukkah items in Hobby Lobby stores, the company apologized and said it would begin stocking such items at some of its locations.
Some major American companies are extremely religious — and most people don't notice. Brands like Chick-fil-A and Hobby Lobby have alienated some customers as executives' religious views have influenced business decisions at certainShow More Summary
If you go all out on your Halloween decor every year, you know that it's not always cheap. Decorating your porch, setting up your mantel display, and adding accents here and there throughout your home can all add up, and it's easy to go over budget. Show More Summary
A woman and her Facebook post are getting attention, and the vast majority I doubt she want’s any part of. You see, this young stupid girl thought she would showcase
Our "elites" have taught people that it's good and profitable to be a lunatic. A Texas woman has been getting ridiculed online for being "too sensitive" after she blasted the arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby for selling faux raw cotton stalks...
WHEN EVERYTHING IS RACIST… Even Hobby Lobby Cotton Is Racist These Days.
MORE EMOTIONAL BUBBLE CHILDREN: Even Hobby Lobby Cotton Is Racist These Days.
Many on social media have spoken out in defense of Hobby Lobby after a woman complained about the store selling an item she perceived as being racist. Read more...
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I just can’t stand it. This is just too ridiculous. Now, leftists are getting triggered over… wait for it… cotton. Hobby Lobby dared to have a decoration that some moronic