Let me quote these verses: "For, behold, un those days, and in that time, when I shall bring again the captivity of Judah and Jerusalem, I will also gather all nations, and will bring them down into the valley of Jehoshaphat, and will plead with them there for my people and for my heritage Israel, whom they have scattered among the nations, and parted my land." (Joel 3:1-2 King James Version
The literary influence of the King James Version
is well known.
Many of his translations were included in the King James Version
which was used in churches until the spate of today's modern translations.
The anniversary will see a number of events and activities to promote and celebrate the King James Version
, including the national YouTube project.
Turning the Bible into Greek, in the second century BCE, required 72 sageswhich is why the Greek version is called the Septuagint (after the Latin word for 70)and the King James Version
, in the early 17th century CE, was produced by a committee of 47 Anglican divines.
They cover the world of Bible translation before the King James Version
, its making, and the world of translation after it.
It is at moments such as these that the words of old hymns, paraphrases from the King James version
of the psalm book and the memory of Gaelic psalm-singing in a congregational setting come to mind.
The famed Love Chapter I Corinthians 13 states in verse 8 that "love never fails" with the notes referring to the Byzantine Translation used by the familiar King James Version
which states "love never falls away." An average of five to ten notes appear on each page.
"Yu gave I King James Version
; King James was a White Man.
The portable Bibles come in the King James Version
, the New International Version, and a Spanish translation, Santa Biblia Reina-Valera Version 1960.
Under the expert editorship of Cain Hope Felder, "The Original African Heritage Study Bible: King James Version
" is enhanced with special annotations providing a unique African/Edenic perspective to the primary source document of Christianity.
In the 1980s, James Earl Jones lent his unique voice to a nine-hour, unabridged recording of the King James Version
(KJV) of the New Testament for Topics Entertainment, which sold nearly 500,000 copies before the production was remastered and rereleased in 2002.