Donald L. Brake, Ph.D., is Dean Emeritus of Multnomah Biblical Seminary, past president of Jerusalem University College, Israel; author of A Visual History of the English Bible: The Tumultuous Tale of The World’s Bestselling Book; Baker Books, 2008 (a 2009 ECPA Christian Book Award finalist), A Visual History of the King James Bible: The Dramatic Tale of the World’s Best-Known Translation, Baker Books, 2011, A Royal Monument of English Literature: The King James Bible 1611, Credo House Publishers, 2011; and antiquarian collector with his extensive collection of rare and significant Bibles and artifacts currently at the Dunham Bible Museum, Houston Baptist University, Houston, Texas.www.credocommunications.net/kjv
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Published 8:26 p.m. August 28, 2012
Why is the King James Bible still so revered?
Published 10:38 a.m. August 14, 2012
Can we trust modern translations of the Bible?
Published 7:59 p.m. August 4, 2012
Does a 1613 King James Bible support a supposedly fictional account of the Northamptonshire witch trial?
Published 9:09 p.m. July 26, 2012
After 400 years, can we return to the original King James Version of the Bible?
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Published 11:42 p.m. June 20, 2012
Why is God in the Commandments?
Published 11:17 p.m. June 9, 2012
Why all the fuss over a 3500-year-old moral code?
Published 10:58 p.m. May 17, 2012
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