2011 sees the celebration of what is considered one of the greatest works in the English language, and as someone put possibly the only time a committee has produce something of lasting value. In 1611 what has become known as the King James Bible, or Authorised Bible, was published.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, in his New Year address suggests reading the King James Bible to appreciate the 'bigger picture'.
There are many events planned for this 400th anniversary. These can be found together with more background information on The King James Bible Trust Website.