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President Reagan on Modern Versions

President Reagan on Modern Versions

In these increasingly-secular days, it is always a pleasant surprise to hear politicians speak of the Holy Bible. Sadly, when they do, it is usually only in the most generic of terms. President Ronald Reagan spoke more specifically, even daring to criticize “tinkering...
KJV 400: The Enduring Influence

KJV 400: The Enduring Influence

Gregory Edward Reynolds The Holy Bible: Quatercentenary Edition, An Exact Reprint in Roman Type, Page for Page, Line for Line, Letter for Letter, of the King James Version, otherwise known as the Authorized Version, published in 1611, with an Anniversary Essay by...
The KJV in the Church

The KJV in the Church

The King James Version in the Church: Past, Present, and Future Leland Ryken The King James Version of the Bible has reached the milestone of the four hundredth anniversary of its first publication. Academic and religious conferences, museum displays, books and...
The Excellence of The AV

The Excellence of The AV

By William O. EinwechterJune 01, 1997 Without question, the Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible reigns supreme as the most extensively used and influential English translation of the Word of God that there has ever been. It was essentially the only...
Should We Still Use the KJV Today?

Should We Still Use the KJV Today?

A review article by G. I. Williamson  A New Hearing for The Authorized Version (second edition, 1997) by Theodore P. Letis, Ph.D., 34 pages. Published by The Institute for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, 6417 N. Fairhill, Philadelphia, PA 19126. Price...