April 24, 2019
Please consider joining us Tuesday, April 30th at the Pennsylvania State Capitol.
The MIKRA Research Laboratory, in partnership with Capitol Commission is presenting a biblical scroll and manuscript exhibit that is available to the public in the Capitol’s main rotunda from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Brian Rickett, founder and principal researcher, will hold a public lecture in room 8B-East Wing starting at 1 p.m where media and members of the public are welcome to learn more about these fascinating historic texts.
This exhibit is in coordination with the annual Commonwealth Prayer Breakfast that will take place that same day at the Radisson in Camp Hill and will feature Brian Rickett as the keynote speaker who will share his insights into the manuscripts.
The goal of the Manuscript Institute for Knowledge, Research, and Application (MIKRA) is to bring ancient wisdom to a contemporary world. As a research laboratory, MIKRA specializes in the analysis and documentation of original language religious texts from the Judeo-Christian traditions. Their exhibits of these texts have been showcased across the nation and will now make their first debut in Pennsylvania.
With the Affection of Christ,
Capitol Commission Pennsylvania