The People's Bible
A Practical Handbook of Information and Cross-curricular Activities for Primary School Teachers to Mark the 400th Anniversary of the Bible in the English
by Martyn Payne
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2011 sees the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible. This translation of the Christian's special book into the everyday English of its generation was a milestone that opened up a whole new world of possibilities. It led to profound changes in thinking that have shaped the culture of the Western world and left a lasting legacy right up to the present day.
The 2011 anniversary of the KJV publication is a unique opportunity for children to revisit the widespread impact of the Bible on life in the UK. The Bible's significant contribution in the fields of literature, art, music, politics, education, morals and the laws of our land cannot be overestimated. This amounts to a compelling educational reason for exploring and celebrating its importance during this anniversary year.
Written by Martyn Payne, who has been part of BRF's Barnabas in Schools team since 2003, The People's Bible provides an accessible resource for all primary school teachers, telling the story of how the Bible came to be published in English, exploring its impact and legacy, and offering a wealth of ideas and cross-curricular activities for use in the classroom.
The People's Bible by Martyn Payne was published by Barnabas in October 2010 and is our 9653rd best seller. The ISBN for The People's Bible is 9781841018522.
|Page last updated||23rd May 2011|
|Author / Artist||Martyn Payne|
|Publisher||Barnabas (October 2010)|
|Number of Pages||64|