Most Biblical scholars will claim that Moses was the first person to write portions of Scripture while John, the disciple of Jesus, was the last. That said, the King James Bible of 1611 remains the most popular translation in history, emerging at a high point in the English Renaissance, compiled by six groups, comprised of some 54 translators, of which we know very little about. Not one of the translators has left any literary work which would justify the belief that he was capable of writing the more beautiful portions of the Bible.
The Protestant Reformation and the Thirty Years' War
Ancient Ethiopia and the Book of Enoch
The revised translation of the Bible was undertaken as a national work, carried out under the personal supervision of the King, but every record of the proceedings has disappeared. The British Museum does not contain any manuscript connected with the proceedings of the translators. Who edited the final translated manuscript of the King James Authorized Version of the Bible?
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Robert Sepehr is an anthropologist and author