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History of the King James Bible: 400th Year of the Authorized Version?

By billpetro / May 1, 2011 /

HISTORY OF THE KING JAMES BIBLE Churches around the world are celebrating a quadricentennial: 400 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 3 problems with that statement. While it is true that the King…

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Book Review: The Children of Hurin

By billpetro / July 9, 2007 /

Perhaps the saddest book I’ve ever read, the first “new” J.R.R. Tolkien book in 30 years is “…long and sad in the telling, as are all tales of Middle Earth.” While it is beautiful in its composition and deep in its scope, it contains in it at all times a sense of “doom” that seems…

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