June 2011. Volume 81 Issue 961.


Page Article Author(s)
118

“The Morning Star”

John Wycliffe, the Lollards and the English Bible

Trevor Maher
123

A life for the Word of God

The legacy of William Tyndale

Nicholas White
132

“The most fitting monument”

King James I as sponsor of the KJV

Nigel Bernard
138

“Grave, learned and reverend men”

The KJV translators and how they worked together on their common task

Eric Marshall
143

The sources of the KJV

The Hebrew and Greek manuscripts used and the debt to earlier translations

Jonathan Burke
150

“Wholly inspired”

The King James Version translators' faith in the Bible as the very Word of God

John Nicholls
155

The Translators to the Reader

What the KJV themselves had to say about their work

Jeremy Thomas
159

The Word of God in print

The first publication of the KJV

Reg Carr
164

In the language of Shakespeare

The King James Version as a product of the 'golden age' of English literature

Paul Tovell
169

“Appointed to be read in Churches”

The influence of the KJV on the English language

Esther Ashton
174

Unrevised for centuries

The remarkable longevity of the King James Version

John Thorpe
179

A reliable translation?

For and against the accuracy of the KJV

Andrew Perry
184

Upstaged by modernity?

The value of the King James Version in the twenty-first century

David Burges
190

The KJV

A bibliography

Reg Carr