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This week, we enjoyed a wonderful presentation by class member David Pikett. He explained how the Bible was transmitted down through the ages with a focus on English translations, as well as some information on canonization.
How We Got Our Bible
Translation and Canonization
* Recorded: LIVE. This audio has been edited for class member privacy, time, and content.
One of the questions asked during the lesson was about which translation the Anglicans use(d). According to AnglicansOnline.org:
The original Anglican Bible was the so-called King James Bible, the Authorised Version. It exists in the original, and also as several modern revised versions. The Jerusalem Bible and the New English Bible are more recent translations.
Timeline of Bible Translations
Additional Sites for Further Research:
- Bible Museum – Arizona
- Museum of the Bible – Washington, D.C.
- Dead Sea Scrolls Online
- Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts
- Codex Sinaiticus Online (4th century)
- Codex Alexandrinus Online (5th century)
Banner and social media image credit:
Photo of the Gutenberg Bible at the Library of Congress © 2014 John Zielke.