Richard Hooker, author of "The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity".
Richard Hooker, author of “The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity”.

In this episode we examine the translators of the Epistles of the New Testament. Part of our study demonstrates just how much this panel relied on previous English versions of the Bible, especially the Bishop’s Bible. We also examine the Episcopal influence exerted both over and by one of its members in particular.

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3 thoughts on “A History of the King James Bible Podcast Episode 18: The Second Westminster Company (part a)

  1. This was a difficult episode for me to swallow but I respect your views and your opinions GK. Your health is in my prayers.

    Thank you for the milking shout out again LOL. My last day as a full time help on the farm was November 30th but the owner asked me to help out 2 more days in December and I happened to listen to your podcast while I was milking.

    I started a new job at an Environmental Company called Veolia. If you would like to give it a shout out I am at the Port Washington, Wisconsin 53074 location. It’s only 17 employees yet we are the main location that companies ship batteries too and fluorescent light bulbs. I never knew Lithium batteries are extremely hazardous as well as flourescent bulbs (they contain mercury). That is why I mentioned if you would like to give it a shout out. It’s free to ship it too us (through Fed Ex) and you receive a tax write off.

    God bless GK.

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