The King James Version of the Bible is seldom seen as a radical text, yet the history of English Bible translation is a complex one, revealing that Bible translation did not occur in a vacuum but within a web of politics and shifting religious pressures.
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Roland H. Worth, Jr. is also the author of Bible Translations: A History Through Source Documents (1992, $38.50, "interesting"-Library Journal; "fascinating"-Notes on Translation; "significant"-AB Bookman's Weekly; "useful"-The Bible Translator). He lives in Richmond, Virginia.
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