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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by Yeshua1, Aug 15, 2012.
Which major bible publishers?
I have a copy published by Hendrickson. I dunno if anyone else in the USA is publishing it now or not.
Zondervan published a 400th Anniversary Edition of the 1611 edition in 2011. It is hardback and does not include the Apocrypha books. It has the old Gothic type.
It was available at Wal-Mart's for a low price, and was available at Amazon.
Oxford University Press printed a 1611 reprint [Quatercentinary Edition] in 2010 that may still be available.
Yep...I got one of those and it is very interesting (and yes...difficult to read).Also....if you are ever in the Gatliburg Tenn. area there is a rare Bible and Book Museum in Sevierville operated by a BJU grad by the name of Michael Grant (very nice guy...and very interesting place) the name of the place is "Treasuring The Word" and he has a very interesting collection of rare Bibles one of which is (if I remember correctly) an original 1611 edition. My memory is a bit weak about it but it but it was VERY old and of that text-type. Mike has a website and here is the link to it......
It is a place I will definitely make a return visit to the next time I'm in the area!
This past January I visited that Bible Museum and talked with Mike Grant.
What did you think of the place?