Character Studies Abraham Gen. 13:1 Absalom 2 Sam. 15:1, 2 Chr. 3:2 Ahab 1 Kin. 21:2 Amos Amos 7:14 Apollos 1 Cor. 3:5 Athaliah 2 Kin. 11:1 Balaam Num. 22:5 Barnabas Acts 9:27 Baruch Jer. 36:5 Cain Gen. 4:1 Caleb Num. 14:38 Daniel Dan. 1:6 David 2 Sam. 2:1 David’s Mighty Men 1 Chr. 11:10 Deborah Judg. 4:4 Elijah 1 Kin. 17:1 Elisha 2 Kin. 2:1 Elizabeth Luke 1:5 Esther Esth. 2:7 Ezekiel Ezek. 1:3 Ezra Ezra 1:1 Gedaliah 2 Kin.
On the other hand, their reverence for the divine Author and His Word assured a translation of the Scriptures in which only a principle of utmost accuracy could be accepted. ” George Bernard Shaw became a literary legend in our century because of his severe and often humorous criticisms of our most cherished values. Surprisingly, however, Shaw pays the following tribute to the scholars commissioned by King James: “The translation was extraordinarily well done because to the translators what they were translating was not merely a curious collection of ancient books written by different authors in different stages of culture, but the Word of God divinely revealed through His chosen and expressly inspired scribes.
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