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an English translation of the Bible published in 1611

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In Part Two, "Consuming the Authorized Version," Carpenter turns to readings of central literary texts by Victorian women, devoting chapters to biblical language of menstruation in Charlotte Brontes Villette, and to dissenters' biblical commentary on circumcision as intertexts for George Eliot's Daniel Deronda.
In a much-too-brief discussion of the decline of the Family Bible in the late nineteenth century, for example, Carpenter suggests that "In the end, it appears, the New Woman and other radical gender and sexual entities worked to remove the Authorized Version from the center of the family parlor and put it away in a soon-to-be-forgotten trunk in the attic" (66).
One victim of blasphemy law, William Hone, further scandalized churchmen by producing an Apocryphal New Testament (1820), which implicitly called into question the authenticity of the Authorized Version.
Tyndale's work of translation of part of the Old and all the New Testament makes up over eighty per cent of the Authorized Version of the Bible.
s work begins with the American contribution, through formidable scholars such as Mercersburg's Philip Schaff, to the Revised Version (1881), a work that for the first time raised a specter of suspicion over the veracity and authority of the Authorized Version.
Unfortunately, Wrightson has regularized the spelling, punctuation, and capitalization of the texts to conform to the Authorized Version or the Book of Common Prayer (1928; American or British edition not specified).
The original source-language text of this announcement is the official, authorized version.
In his research for the play, which opens at The Swan next week, David, who lives in Balsall Heath, learned that the King James Bible, or Authorized Version as it is also known, built strongly on past work.
com's authorized version gives a whole new audience of social gamers a chance to compete against others for cash prizes and experience the thrill of bagging a "triple word score" online.
An early draft of my commentary listed my adjunct professorship among my qualifications, but I subsequently removed that reference from the authorized version of the commentary.
But the Beeb let Frankie return without delivering the authorised Authorized version from on top of his horse, and this increased the anticipation of how he would describe this benchmark moment in his life, rather than lessened it.
His translations eventually became the foundation for English editions of the Bible until the twentieth century, including most of the Authorized Version (King James Bible) of 1611.
We have always read from the authorized version of the Bible.
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