Kent Richards is the executive director emeritus of the Society of Biblical Literature, a post he held from 1995 until July 2010. He resides in Mystic, Connecticut, and heads up a consulting firm, Strategy Points, while working on several writing projects, including a major retrospective and prospective piece on the King James Bible.
“That Doesn't Sound Like ‘the Bible’”: Reflections on the King James Bible at its 400th AnniversaryBy Kent Richards
In 1949, a young graduate starting his first pastorate in rural Virginia was pleased to bring along his heavily used Bible from seminary. It was the Revised Standard Version… read more