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An edition of Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books. This novel contains ten books with over ten thousand lines of verse, written by John Milton. The first version of the novel was published in 1667.

Paradise Lost exhibit opens at Quayle Bible Collection

Story by Hunter Finerty, Staff Reporter September 24, 2021

Each year, the Quayle Bible Collection at Baker University displays a new, specially curated exhibit. This year, Quayle curator Nick Pumphrey, in conjunction with 2021 Baker graduate Jamie Pellikaan,...

Shown is the Magnalia Christi Americana which was written by Cotton Mather in 1701. This book was made by Mather to warn against witchcraft, as it was written during the Salem Witch Trials.

Bishop Quayle Bible Collection: A history

Story by Megan Stover, Staff Writer September 28, 2019

The Quayle Bible Collection is a collection of Bibles and religious manuscripts that were donated to Baker University by Bishop Quayle in his will in 1925. Kim Quayle, Baker University alumna and great-great...

Beyond a Text: New exhibit documents creation of the book

‘Beyond a Text’: New exhibit documents creation of the book

Story by Jamie Pellikaan, A&E Editor October 17, 2018

The Quayle Bible Collection’s new exhibit entitled “Beyond a Text: The Life of Scripture Outside of the Words” showcases the Bible’s role in creation of the physical book. Since the exhibit focuses...

One of John Luthers translations of the Bible with a German familys writing on the side. This is a newer Bible, written in the 1700s.

Quayle celebrates 500 year anniversary

Story by Jamie Pellikaan, Writer November 16, 2017

Almost 500 years ago in Wittenberg, Germany Martin Luther nailed the Ninety-five Theses on a church. Following this occasion, Luther’s ideas regarding religion and the institution of the church forever...

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