Sun, 12 June 2011
The King James Version has been considered by most as the standard for biblical texts. Even among religious liberals, agnostics and atheists, if the Bible is read it must be the KJV. This year is the 400th anniversary of the KJV (1611). Let's explore its history and value and in turn come to a deeper understanding of a book that some suggest might be found in every home in the western hemisphere.