The display of the King James Bible in Weston Room. On display is the second (1613) edition of the King James Bible, sometimes known as the “Judas” Bible, owing to a misprint of “Judas” for “Jesus” in Matthew xxvi:36. The New Testament title page, shown here, is dated 1611.
Went to the SBL international meeting in London in July 2011. In celebration of the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, there was an exhibition of different translations of the Bible. In a booklet that was given to me, I found the following article:
Eight KJV errors (extract from Christian History, issue 100 (more…)