The year 2011 marks the 400th anniversary of the creation ofthe King James Bible, arguably the greatest piece of EnglishLiterature ever produced. King James had an uncanny love ofbeautiful things, including language to stir the soul. Withseveral inferior English translations in use across theKingdom, the Puritan leader John Rainolds took hisopportunity to suggest that a new, more accurate translationwas needed for the people. With the new king's blessing, acommittee of 47 professors began the daunting task ofcreating a translation that was accurate, acceptable to all,and beautiful enough for the king! Award-winning directorJerry Griffith doesn't disappoint as he brings to life thefascinating history of this great work, along with itsimpact for us today. KJV: THE MAKING OF THE KING JAMES BIBLEbrings the viewer right into the heart of the translationprocess through specific passage examples. While exploringthe varying viewpoints of the different scholars, we get afirsthand look at the immense attention to detail they used.This presentation gives the viewer a renewed appreciationfor the sacred scriptures and their place in our homes andchurches.