This podcast series has been a thought for about four years. Until now (December 2015).
2011 was the 400th anniversary of the publication of the Authorised Version of the Bible, or as it has since come to be known, The King James Version (KJV) or, The King James Bible (KJB). By 2011 I had been an avid podcast listener for a few years and I went looking for a series on the history of the KJB. I couldn’t find one. I found a number of stand alone podcasts but not a series on the history. I thought someone should do that.
That same year, I was invited to be a guest on the FutureQuake South Africa show. My introduction to podcasting. Shortly after I was invited to be part of the crew of the newly created FutureQuake Southern Hemisphere show. Then, kicking off in 2014, I headed up the crew of LikeFlint Radio. This experience showed me I was capable of podcasting. Yippee!
During this journey, I continued to wonder if I should be the person to do a series on the KJB. I wanted to, but I didn’t know what format the series should take. Then in 2015 I began to listen to David Crowther’s “A History of England” podcast (see link in Thanks section) and that wonderful series gave me the inspiration as to how to ‘put wheels’ on my idea. Thus, with a lot of work researching, writing, recording and editing, I am pleased to share with you my series “A History of the King James Bible Podcast”.
I hope you enjoy it.
Please check the ‘Thanks’ and ‘References’ pages. I could not have done this without those listed, and please share this series with all your friends and family. If you like it, please offer feedback and share it. Its free!