Making 2011 the Year of the Bible… By Taking the Bible Seriously! (via Operation: Wittenberg)


Even atheist Richard Dawkins understands the impact of the King James Bible, which celebrates it’s 400th anniversary this 2011… Of course, like a lot of folks, he may say he respects it as a part of our cultural heritage but Dawkins doesn’t respect it for what it actually is: the revealed Word of our Creator God!

Making 2011 the Year of the Bible... By Taking the Bible Seriously! The King James Bible, also known as the Authorized Version, has not only been one of the most unifying forces in Christendom, it's inarguably the most influential work of all time. First published in 1611, it was first commissioned to replaced the Geneva Bible (largely because of anti-Catholic commentary prevalent in the margins of the Reformer's Bible) in 1604 by King James I.  Seven years after it was commissioned, the completed work was presen … Read More

via Operation: Wittenberg

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