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ALISTER McGRATH is Professor of Historical Theology at Oxford University and Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He is a consulting editor at Christianity Today, the general editor of The NIV Thematic Study Bible, and the author of numerous books, including The Christian Theology Reader, The Journey, Theology for Amateurs, To Know and Serve God, and A Journey Through Suffering. He lives in Oxford, England.
"Fascinating.... McGrath has a proper reverence for the language and a deep knowledge of the historical theology.... His book is a genially contented hymn to both."--Simon Winchester, The New York Times Book Review "Breezy and anecdotal.... Offers a helpful and detailed overview of the process of Bible translation."-The Washington Post Book World " A fascinating and splendid volume about an even more splendid and fascinating book." --Dr. David Noel Freedman, author of The Nine Commandments "A sprightly narrative of how [The King James Bible] was the product of sensibilities honed by the Renaissance and the Reformation." --Bruce Chilton, author of Rabbi Jesus: An Intimate Biography