The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.0610 Thursday, 31 March 2005
From: Bill Arnold <
Date: Wednesday, 30 Mar 2005 13:26:37 -0800 (PST)
Subject: 16.0593 Words Ending in eth/th
Comment: Re: SHK 16.0593 Words Ending in eth/th
John Briggs wrote, "If you are going to peddle this sort of nonsense,
you at least have some obligation to consider previous translations."
Excuse me? Your *politeness* is underwhelming! My response was about
the subject line "Words Ending in eth/th" and not about my book. I have
already responded at length about Shakespeare and the KJV question:
consult the SHAKSPER archives. There is a search function, courtesy of
But just for you, a non-reader, I quote from the back of my book: "Did
Will Shakespeare translate the Psalms? The mystery of the 'Shake-spear'
signature in Job and Psalms of the King James Version of the Bible is
explored at length. History of the Bible is recounted from the remote
manuscripts in Greek and Latin up to the English translations at the
height of the Shakespearean Age."
Obviously, you have not read JESUS: The Gospel According To Will.
Should you choose to fire off more nonsense about things you know
nothing about, then you might as well educate yourself about a book you
have not read, and you might get it and then find I have covered all the
aspects you allege I have not. Go to:
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