Authorized Version


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Authorized Version

the. an English translation of the Bible published in 1611 under James I
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The Authorized Version asserts that the psalmist's question is merely rhetorical, and it is the psalmist himself who responds.
Attend any Christian Christening, wedding or funeral and there is a high likelihood the readings will be from the Authorized version.
It may be hard to bring yourself to back him at the price, but we can still all pray for the Authorized version.
5-31) Theatre Couture's twisted but authorized version of Stephen King's novel, starring drag diva Sherry Vine, with telekinetic effects by Basil Twist.
Mabuse, The Gambler'' is the authorized version of Fritz Lang's 1922 silent classic, the story of a criminal mastermind who -- known as a ``man of 1,000 faces'' -- uses hypnotic powers on his victims during the chaotic years following World War I in Germany.
The three chapters of Part One, "The Authorized Version in the Marketplace" consider the strategies of marketing Family Bibles and the subsequent reception of these Bibles by families, by middle-class male readers, and by their wives and daughters.
From the early eighteenth to the late nineteenth century the publication of Bibles with notes and commentary allowed printers to avoid restrictions on the printing of the King James or Authorized Version.
gov/ecfr/ is a project that, while not the authorized version of the code, is a prototype for the near future.
In Part One, 'The Authorized Version in the Marketplace', she traces the growth and decline of British Family Bibles published with commentaries and illustrations and marketed as commodities.
Because when the King James Authorized Version was completed, in 1610, Will was exactly 46 years old
It was James who commissioned what would become known as the Authorized Version of 1611-or, more familiarly, the King James Bible.

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