Carl Trueman on the KJV

2011 is the 400th anniversary of the publication of what is arguably the greatest piece of English literature ever written—the King James Bible. The story of its genesis and legacy is a fascinating one. Last month, we noted a series of lectures at Union University on the topic. This week, Justin Taylor points us to another lecture—this one by Carl Trueman at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. The lecture is entitled “Throwing the Book at his Enemies: James I and his Bible.” You can download it here or listen below.


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