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Work of 'God's Secretaries' Reflected in King James Bible

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Work of 'God's Secretaries' Reflected in King James Bible

Work of 'God's Secretaries' Reflected in King James Bible

Work of 'God's Secretaries' Reflected in King James Bible

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In God's Secretaries (Harper Collins), his book about the King James Bible, Adam Nicolson writes that King James' decision that a new bible was needed led to a creation that was literally written by a committee. Still, the King James Bible is considered a masterpiece of the English language. Martha Woodroof from member station WMRA reports.

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