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The King’s English – Reborn as Reading Between The Lines

If you have enjoyed The King’s English as a daily devotional, hopefully you will like Reading Between The Lines. Based on The King’s English, we have filmed all the devotions and you can watch them on YouTube or at our Facebook Page. God bless. All videos  

King's English: Stocks Running Out

I’m down to the last 20 or so King’s English devotionals. I may be able to get a reprint done, but I can’t guarantee it before the New Year. Get your copy now!

New Daily Devotional – Get One Today!

Travel through the Bible, phrase by phrase, with this daily devotional from the King’s English. The first quarter takes in Genesis to Ruth – “In the beginning” to “Shelter under his wings.”  Each day there is a suggested reading and then thoughts from Glen Scrivener. Day by day you’ll be drawn to the centre of the Scriptures […]

Coming Very Soon – Devotional Paperback

I’ll be self-publishing the King’s English as a daily devotional in four quarterly instalments. Hopefully it will be available very soon on Amazon, STL, and through me.  Just in time for Christmas.  Just in time for all those New Years Bible-reading resolutions! Tell your friends! And thanks so much to James Watts for a great […]

An enjoyable rant

From Rev Dr Peter Mullen writing in the Telegraph: …For centuries, people of all walks of life have carried around with them echoes of the King James Version. So to throw it out as the church hierarchy has done amounts to a savage act of deprivation and, as this deprivation is of the Word of […]

Why do atheists love the King James Bible?

That’s one of the topics for discussion at the Battle of Ideas 2011.  Tomorrow afternoon, 5:30pm at the Royal College of Art. Elizabeth Hunter the director of Theos, a public theology think-tank will be the Christian voice on a panel including Andrew Copson, Chief Executive of the British Humanist Association. Find out more here. including a […]

An evangelistic talk on the KJV

An after-dinner talk on the KJV.  I speak about the impact of the KJV on language, on culture and then speak of the true King of the King James Bible.  Everyone left with my book at the end.  (If you want me to do something similar at your church, let me know). Here’s the Powerpoint. And here’s the […]

Today we remember the martyrdom of William Tyndale

In the 16th century, nowhere was as dangerous for a would-be Bible translator as England.  In 1517 (the year of Luther’s 95 theses), seven parents were burnt at the stake for teaching their children the Lord’s Prayer in English. Back in 1215AD, the Fourth Lateran Council declared: “The secret mysteries of the faith ought not […]

"The King's English" Tract

I have found this tract useful in open air outreach.  It explains the impact of the Bible on our language and our culture.  It then goes on to outline the gospel and offer the booklet for free. It has been used effectively in open air evangelism.  I hand them out saying “World’s all-time best seller, […]

King James Celebration Site

Ben Myers points us to… …the ABC’s new anniversary site for the King James Bible. The site will be featuring loads of good stuff in the weeks ahead, all celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible. Already you can read Diarmaid MacCulloch on politics and the KJV; Tom Wright on Bible translation (including […]