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    Iconoclastic history of literary/religious icon

    You've probably heard the old joke that if the King James Bible was good enough for Jesus, it should be good enough for us. But the King James was not always such a standard, even with the backing of King James himself, and took decades after its publication to attain a position in front of rival translations, partially due to its use in the English colonies of the New World. McGrath's chronicle is not at all reverential to this flawed human product, pointing out that the language used was archaic even at the time it was published. Still a great story of what now is, for better or worse, the most widely used of all English Bible translations.

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