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|Description:||370 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||From Hampton Court to New England. The scope of it ; The road to 1611 ; The foundation is laid ; The King James Version is commissioned ; The four companies ; The Mayflower and the Covenant ; The Bible in the Civil Wars (1642-51) ; The new map ; The Great Awakening --
The impact on culture. The Royal Society (1660) ; early modern science and the Bible ; Language ; The Bible itself as literature ; From Shakespeare : the bible and literature (1) ; American literature and the twentieth century : the Bible and literature (2) ; The eighteenth-century Enlightenment ; The matter of Richard Dawkins : the new Enlightenment ; Mary Wollstonecraft and William Wilberforce --
The impact on society. Slavery and the Civil War in America (1) ; Slavery and the Civil War in America (2) ; The Bible and education ; On a mission around the world ; The Bible and sex ; The Bible and women ; Christian socialism and the social gospel ; The Bible and democracy.
Praise for "The Book of Books" "Bragg consummately proves beyond reasonable doubt that [The King James Bible] is the source of our present use of English." --"Business Day" "A potent reminder of how