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KJB: The Book That Changed the World

HD   NR Closed Captioning

Norman Stone

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About the Movie

Acclaimed actor John Rhys-Davies visits landmarks, explains relics and leads us back into a darker time to discover this fascinating tale of saints and sinners, power and passion, as the greatest translation of Holy Scripture emerges into a world and culture that would never be quite the same again.

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Everything about it is...

Everything about it is great!
Even Christians hesitate to watch Christian movies due to a slowly dying reputation of being unprofessional or corny or both. “KJB:The Book that Changed the World” has a hokey title, but that is where the melodrama ends, completely.
It's entertaining and very interestingly informative. It's not only about the King James Bible. It progresses from the last days of Queen Elizabeth I of England, the dangerous and tragic childhood of King James VI of Scotland, the national peace he brought during his real reign once an adult out from under his regents, King James' brilliant and frighteningly funny rhetoric with high-up religious leaders, the extreme professionalism that went into making his authorized translation of the Bible, and a few Jesuit Romanists crafty plot to destroy the English government.
It's very professionally done, very entertaining, and very interesting, and at times very funny.

KJB: The Book That Changed the World
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  • $11.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2011

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