In an effort to resolve "long-standing interpretive ambiguity in key Bible passages regarding homosexuality" a new version of the classic King James B...
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2011 marks the 400th anniversary of The King James Bible. As English speaking people around the world celebrate this remarkable and sacred book, a new...
Even if the KJV's religious influence may be fading, there is certainly no evidence that its other effects, those on language, culture, and communication, show any signs of diminishing.
By Peggy Fletcher Stack
Salt Lake Tribune
(RNS) The King James Bible, translated from ancient Greek and Hebrew in 1611, is, by virtually all accou...
The light that shines through the KJV has been refracted by the centuries, yet it streams through a whole new opening in what had been for ordinary folks an impenetrable wall of foreignness.
How will we read and share the Bible in the emerging networked, digital media culture in which the lines between inside and outside, canonical and non-canonical, are fuzzy and permeable?
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