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A marvelous book about the origins of the most widely read book in the world.Published 17 days ago by Yvonne Michel
Very interesting. It gave a real feeling for the difficulties in writing the King James version of the bible. It reinforced my belief that the bible is God's inspired word.Published 2 months ago by Richard Griffin
The author give a lot of credit to the men assembled to produce the King James Bible, and IMHO too little to those who preceded them: Tyndale and his confederates, 2 generations... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is not a dang novel. This is a superb book of nonfiction. You don't seem to understand what you're asking for. Pity.Published 4 months ago by W. Robinson
Good, at times quite entertaining, history of how the KJV came to be. Good job of helping understand the times, the situation, and the men who produced it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Walters