The King James Bible and the revival of the nation of Israel

In 1611, a convergence of circumstances and developments resulted in the publication of one of the English language’s most pre-eminent books – the King James Version of the Bible, popularly known as the Authorised Version. The year 2011 sees the 400th anniversary of the KJV, thought to be on 2nd May 2011.

It wasn’t the first English Bible by any means or even the most popular version at the time, but its style of language together with research of Bible manuscripts and their original languages (mainly Hebrew and Greek), discoveries of new documents and not least the combined effect of the Renaissance and Reformation – not just in England but across Europe, together with the dramatic development of printing, brought into being the well loved and renowned Bible version we have to this day.

The following presentation entitled “The King James Bible and the Revival of the Nation of Israel” was given for the public at the Ramada Hotel, St. John’s, NL on Tuesday, July 12, 2011. Listen or download the presentation from the links below.

Listen to the audio presentation |  Download the slide presentation

 

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