First cultural park devoted to the Bible launches in Taiwan  (2020/08/13)
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    First cultural park devoted to the Bible launches in Taiwan  (2020/08/13)

    The Mustard Seed Mission, a Taiwanese Christian NGO, and a Taiwanese pastor have worked together to build Taiwan's first "Bible Cultural Park." The park features full-sized replicas of artifacts from the Bible, such as the tabernacle. The team have re-created altogether 11 relics from the Old and New Testaments. The park, which opened on Saturday, will help visitors understand Christianity.

    Stephany Yang
    Formosa News reporter
    We are at Taiwan's first Bible Cultural Park. The park features biblical structures such as the tabernacle and also the altar.

    Located at Wanli in New Taipei, this is Taiwan's first "Bible Cultural Park." Its constructions resemble scenes from the Old and New Testaments. The park features full-sized replicas of biblical artefacts, such as the tabernacle and its furnishings, including washing basins, incense altars, and the Ark of the Covenant. All utensils are in accordance with biblical records and are believed to be in their original size.

    Tseng Chang Pi-o, from Hualien, was invited to design the holy garments worn by priests

    Tseng Chang Pi-o
    Participating in this work was a great honor for me. It's a great way to serve.

    Chang Su-tsung
    The oldest story is the tabernacle. The tabernacle, according to the Bible; God told Moses how to build it. In the Bible describes the size and we tried to according to this size 1:1, to rebuild the Tabernacle.

    There are also houses designed in the style of the 1st century A.D., along with utensils and tools, such as an olive press. There's also a synagogue and Wailing Wall. All are replicas of tools and artifacts recorded in the Bible.

    Chang Su tsung
    In 1994, I went to Jerusalem to study in Hebrew University. I had an opportunity to be trained as a tour guide. I guided groups to go everywhere in the country. I saw this real tomb from the first century. It's amazing, so I got the idea to put this back to Taiwan to let the people see.

    The site of this Bible Cultural Park was purchased by the late founder of the Mustard Seed Mission, Lillian R. Dickson, who built a camp on the mountainside facing the Pacific Ocean in 1965, to provide disadvantaged children with opportunities to participate in the summer camps. Now a part of it has been transformed into the Bible Cultural Park.

    Anne Wu
    Mustard Seed Mission CEO
    I am happy to build a Bible Cultural Park in this fifty-five-year-old camp, so that this summer camp originally for disadvantaged children can be transformed into a base for Christians who cannot go to Israel. The church can come here to witness the buildings and cultural relics described in the actual Bible. We also welcome non-Christians to come here to experience biblical culture in a fun way.

    The Mustard Seed Mission's website provides information about entering the park and transportation. They are also recruiting volunteer guides who are over 20 years old and are interested in the historical background of the Bible.
    中文 Chinese  
    台灣首座「聖經文化園區」 8月1日正式啟用


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