The King James Bible Lecture Series
By Oxford University
To listen to an audio podcast, mouse over the title and click Play. Open iTunes to download and subscribe to podcasts.
Manifold greatness: Oxford Celebrations of the King James Bible 1611-2011. Lecture series held in Corpus Christi College to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of the first publication of the King James Bible.
|1||CleanVideoThe King James Bible: The End of the Road?||A conversation between Melvyn Bragg and Diarmaid MacCulloch, chaired by the Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Lord Patten of Barnes. Recorded at the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, High Street, Oxford, Thursday 7 July, 6.00 pm.||7/25/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||CleanVideoThe Authorised Version in Modern Literature: David and Job get makeovers||Prof Terence Wright (Newcastle University) gives the fourth lecture in the Manifold Greatness; The King James Bible 1611-2011 lecture series held at Corpus Christi College.||3/14/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||CleanVideoThis book of starres': biblical constellations in the poetry of Herbert and Vaughan||Prof Helen Wilcox (Bangor University) gives the third lecture in the Manifold Greatness" Oxford Celebrations of the King James Bible 1611-2011 lecture series held at Corpus Christi College.||3/14/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||CleanVideoScissored and Pasted: readers and writers redoing and undoing King James||Prof Valentine Cunningham, Corpus Christi College, Oxford, gives the second lecture in the King James Bible series.||3/8/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||CleanVideoThe Making of the King James (Authorised) Version of the Bible 1604-1611||Professor Pauline Croft, Royal Holloway, University of London, first in the King James Bible Anniversary lecture at Corpus Christi College.||3/8/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
Excellent lectures to know more about the King James Bible.
I cannot seem to get accustomed to reading any other version of the Bible. I love the KJV!
Best I've found so far.
These lectures commemorating the 400th year of the printing of the King James Bible are the best I have found on the subject to date. The lecturers are indeed well versed in their subject and present themselves rather well while the lectures are both informative and enlightening. One cannot overestimate their value if you’re looking to expand your knowledge about the subject. Pauline Croft’s lecture is, I think, the better of those here and this was not an easy decision to make as I think they have all done very well.