King James Bible and the “Revolution It Inspired”

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King James Bible and the “Revolution It Inspired”

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Welcome to Biblos Foundation’s Online eCourse

Welcome to our private classroom! Our goal for this 6-week course is to encourage a deeper appreciation for the King James Version of the Bible.  There is much to learn and appreciate about this translation, especially in terms of its impact on Mary Baker Eddy.  The numerous quotes from this version in her published writings impel us to understand more clearly how much this Bible influenced her as she brought the Comforter to humanity. One question for all of us to consider as we gain a deeper perspective on the historical events which lead up to the translation of the King James Bible is this:  How does it open for us the inspired Word of God?

What to expect from this eCourse:

Any questions at all, feel free to email kchristian@biblosfoundation.org – and please make sure that this email is listed as a contact in your email system so that “reply responses” do not go into a spam folder.

  • The course material is organized into sixweeks, and each week is listed: “Week 1,” “Week 2,” and so forth.
  • Each week has 2-5 talks by Kristy (each between 15-30 minutes in length).
  • In addition to the talks, each week will have corresponding “Research Articles” and/or “Timelines/Charts” along with any relevant Christian Science resources, specifically geared towards enhancing this course.
  • It is important to remember that even though this is a self-study course, Kristy is more than happy to answer questions, so please feel free to email her or call her to discuss your questions: toll-free 888-524-2567or 636-220-4380.

One final request: Please refrain from sharing our course with others who do not subscribe to Biblos.

 

THANK YOU!

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