Wednesday, April 21, 2004

Biblical Literature, The Bishops' Bible

The failure of the Great Bible to win popular acceptance against the obvious superiority of its Geneva rival and the objectionable partisan flavour of the latter's marginal annotations made a new revision a necessity. By about 1563 - 64 Archbishop Matthew Parker of Canterbury had determined upon its execution and the work was apportioned among many scholars, most of


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