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Christopher Hitchens & the KJV (2)

More from that article by Mr. Hitchens on the KJV: A culture that does not possess this common store of image and allegory will be a perilously thin one. To seek restlessly to update it or make it “relevant” is … Continue reading

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Christopher Hitchens & the KJV

Via Vanity Fair, here’s a fine account from Christopher Hitchens of the—King James Version—greatest of all the English translations of the Bible. As always with Mr. Hitchens, there’s room for a good anecdote: After she was elected the first female … Continue reading

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