Christianity,  Theology/Bible

KJV Festival at Union University

Union University recently hosted the “KJV400 Festival,” a conference celebrating the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Version of the Bible. All reports are that the conference was a great success. The audio from the conference is now available for free download from the Union University website. I have already begun listening to the plenary sessions, and they are fantastic. I have linked them below so that you can hear them too. There are many more presentations from the breakout sessions that are available at Union’s website.

Timothy George – “William Tyndale and the Making of the English Bible” [download]

[audio:http://www.uu.edu/audio/ryancenter/kjvlegacy-0911/TimothyGeorge.mp3]

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John Woodbridge – “The Status of Biblical Authority Among Europeans at the Creation of the King James Bible” [download]

[audio:http://www.uu.edu/audio/chapel/fall11/091611.mp3]

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Leland Ryken – “What Makes the King James Version Great?” [download]

[audio:http://www.uu.edu/audio/ryancenter/kjvlegacy-0911/LelandRyken-Great.mp3]

Leland Ryken – “The Legacy of the King James Bible” [download]

[audio:http://www.uu.edu/audio/ryancenter/kjvlegacy-0911/LelandRyken-Legacy.mp3]

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