Leif Erik's Reviews > Wide as the Waters: The Story of the English Bible and the Revolution it Inspired

Wide as the Waters by Benson Bobrick
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Dec 28, 2007

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bookshelves: religion
Recommended for: religion and philogy nerds.
Read in January, 2008

Yeah, another one of my religious history books. Get over it pagan. This one was between good and ok. It's in the same vein as "God's Secretaries", but more wide ranging. I think Bobrick was contracted to provide 300 pgs of text as there was a lot of filler about the KJV translatien companies and comparisons of various earlier biblical manuscripts. A lot of the controveries cited seemed of the same kind of arguements the scholastics had about the relationship between angels and pinheads.

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