New York Public Library Three Faiths Exhibition

The New York Public Library has opened “Three Faiths,” a major exhibition exploring sacred texts produced over the centuries by Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. View a gallery of some of the 200 rare books and manuscripts from the Library’s permanent collections that comprise the exhibition.

THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library
THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library
THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library THREE FAITHS Exhibit at New York Public Library
  • Gayle Hoover

    Interesting, isn’t it, that the library seems to be teaching (or trying to do so) the more fundamental sects of Christianity in the face of the argument of whether or not to have an Islamic Mosque near ground zero? The burning (or inclination towards) the Quran?

    Yay, God for the NYC Library!!!

    Warmly,
    Gayle in Longview, WA
    http://www.bahai.us

  • Tosca Engisch

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  • Channah

    I do not understand what Gayle Hoover is trying to say, ” the more fundamental sects of Christianity ”. It sounds as if she thinks basic Christianity is being pushed, and that she thinks it should be. I am not a Christian, and I do not want to believe this. And, this Three Faiths Exhibit was planned long before the bigotry toward Islam became so strong in NYC, and elsewhere in America. The NYC Mosque and burning the Qur’an have nothing to do with this exhibit.

    All three religions have their great points, and Judaism is the basis of the other two–building upon it.

    I do not care if a person is a Jew, a Christian, or a Muslim. His religion does not matter. It is the person and who he is and how he uses his religion to better himself and the world that counts. I wish I could see this exhibit.

  • Amy Opfell

    We live in LA and would love to see the exhibit but will not be in New York soon. Is there a book or better yet a DVD of the exhibit that we can buy?