By W. J. Loftie
William John Loftie (1839-1911) wrote prolifically on subject matters regarding commute, paintings, structure, and heritage. during this 1872 paintings, his acknowledged wish used to be to enquire these versions of the accepted model released within the century following the preliminary 1611 textual content. Noting that different historians had 'stopped brief' whilst achieving that said end result of English biblical scholarship, he went additional, claiming it used to be 'no exaggeration to say that our glossy Bible is altered all through from its unique, for the higher in a few areas, for the more serious in some'. His catalogue and dialogue of a number of the texts concerned integrated these from the British and Bodleian Libraries including extra lists from students Lea Wilson and Francis Fry. Surveying English versions of the Bible released in the course of a occasionally contentious century, Loftie's paintings unearths how printing and modifying practices did, over the years, impact even the doubtless static approved model of the Bible.
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