Cambridge University and the 400th Anniversary of the KJV

Cambridge Celebrates 400 Years of the King James Bible
Wednesday 27 April 2011, at the University Church, Cambridge

The lectures are open to all. No registration or fee is required.

9.30 WELCOME

9.35 Professor Pauline Croft (Royal Holloway) — King James and his Bible: the historical context

10.35 BREAK

11.00 Professor William Horbury (Cambridge) — The Cambridge Contribution

12.00 Professor Brian Cummings (Sussex) — Words and the Word: How the Bible became literature

1.00 LUNCH (attendees make their own lunch arrangements)

2.30 Dr Scott Mandelbrote (Cambridge) –The ‘Authorizing’ of the KJB: Two Hundred Years of Success and Failure

3.30 Professor Mark Noll (Notre Dame) — ‘Isn’t this the book of the people?’: The KJB in America

4.30 BREAK

5.00 The Archbishop of Canterbury — Theology and the Task of Translation

6.15 EVENSONG

For the conference website see http://www.divinity.cam.ac.uk/KJB400

2 thoughts on “Cambridge University and the 400th Anniversary of the KJV

  1. T.C. R 10 Feb 2011 at 1:38 pm

    I esp. like prof. Noll’s title.

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