Who wrote the king james bible?

Answer In January 1604, at the Hampton Court Conference, King James I of England authorized an English translation of the Bible from Hebrew and Greek texts. Fifty-four of the best linguists and biblical s... Read More »

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Who wrote the King James version of the Bible?

After the Hampton Court conference of 1604, King James I of England set out to produce a uniform translation of biblical texts, written in English. The King commissioned a group of 47 scholars who ... Read More »

What is the difference between the 1599 Geneva Bible& the King James Bible?

The first translation of the Bible from the original texts into English was printed by the Protestant Reformists in Geneva. King James issued a new English version of the Bible to be translated aft... Read More »

What is the last word in the King James Bible?

The King James Bible is best understood as a collection of 66 books divided into Old and New Testaments. The last book in this canon is Revelation, and the final word is "Amen."Source:"Holy Bible: ... Read More »

When was the King James Bible made?

In 1604, James I of England gathered a committee of 50 scholars to revise earlier English translations of the Bible. The committee's new version first appeared in 1611 and is known as the King Jame... Read More »