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Title Translation that openeth the window : reflections on the history and legacy of the King James Bible / edited by David G. Burke
Published Atlanta : Society of Biblical Literature, [2009]
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Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 274 pages)
Series Society of biblical literature biblical scholarship in North America ; no. 23
Biblical scholarship in North America ; no. 23
Contents The story of the King James Bible / Alister McGrath -- The legacy of the King James Bible / Benson Bobrick -- Preparing the way : traditions of translation before the King James Bible / Lynne Long -- The textual sources of the King James Bible / John R. Kohlenberger III -- The Hampton Court Conference / A. Kenneth Curtis -- Rediscovering the preface and notes to the original King James Version / Barclay M. Newman and Charles Houser -- The King James Bible editions : their character and revision history / Jack Lewis -- The King James Bible and Jewish Bible translations / Leonard J. Greenspoon -- The KJV's influence on African Americans and their churches / Cheryl J. Sanders -- Bible translation as intercultural, historical enterprise / Lamin Sanneh -- Habitual music : the King James Bible and English literature / David Lyle Jeffrey -- A critique of the King James only movement / James R. White
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Bible. English -- Versions -- Authorized -- History.
Form Electronic book
Author Burke, David G.
LC no. 2009027098
ISBN 1589833562 (paperback; alk. paper)
1589834208 (electronic bk.)
9781589833562 (paperback; alk. paper)
9781589834200 (electronic bk.)