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Fascinating read that underlines the construction of the modern Protestant Bible as a work of 'man', inspired by ancient texts, edited and developed to suit more earthly intents.Published 2 days ago by Dutch Dave
A brief brush strokes on characters of a few translators which are known to history. Apparently, a large number of them are not known to us. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Raminak
The book is excellent and totally true. The story is of the actually translation of the books of the St. James Bible in ancidnet times. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lyn Wilhelm
This was a good discussion of the range of opinion and personality that made up the Jacobean Church. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Paul Kinkel
Always loved the King James Bible. Can't read English literature well if you aren't familiar with it. Dates me, eh? Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeanne G.
Nicolson's history of the making of the King James Bible is the best I've read. He incorporates English history, biography, royal intrigue, the plotting and ambition of sinful... Read morePublished 5 months ago by P. Nelson
It's a bit of a dry read although it's extremely thought provoking. I enjoyed the bookPublished 6 months ago by Charles W Smith
This is a non-fiction account of the translation of the King James Bible. Your questions do not make sense..Published 6 months ago by Richard G. Freeman