History of the King James Bible: 411th Year of the Authorized Version?

Four hundred eleven years ago marked the publishing, at the request of the Anglican clergy, of what would become the Authorized Version of the Bible to wide acclaim.

But there are three problems with that statement.

While it is true that the King James Bible was published in 1611 and eventually became the most…

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Writer and technologist. Author of fascinating articles about history, tech trends, and pop culture. billpetro.com @billpetro

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