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Ryan Center: KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact (Sep 15, 2011)

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David S. Dockery, president of the university, welcomes attendees to a session of the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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David S. Dockery, president of the university, welcomes attendees to a session of the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible. - Zac Calvert
Chris Mathews, associate professor of music and department chair, leads Union faculty and staff in hymns during the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Chris Mathews, associate professor of music and department chair, leads Union faculty and staff in hymns during the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact. - Zac Calvert
Nigel Goodwin, founder of the London Arts Centre Group, reads from the Bible for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact, celebrating the 400th anniversary of the KJV version of the Bible. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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Nigel Goodwin, founder of the London Arts Centre Group, reads from the Bible for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact, celebrating the 400th anniversary of the KJV version of the Bible. - Zac Calvert
John D. Woodbridge, Research Professor of Church History and the History of Christian Thought at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, discusses the historical and religious impact the King James Version had on Europe for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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John D. Woodbridge, Research Professor of Church History and the History of Christian Thought at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, discusses the historical and religious impact the King James Version had on Europe for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact. - Zac Calvert
John D. Woodbridge, Research Professor of Church History and the History of Christian Thought at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, discusses the historical and religious impact the King James Version had on Europe for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact. - Photo by Zac Calvert
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John D. Woodbridge, Research Professor of Church History and the History of Christian Thought at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, discusses the historical and religious impact the King James Version had on Europe for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy & Impact. - Zac Calvert
Chris Mathews, associate professor of music and department chair, welcomes the audience to the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Chris Mathews, associate professor of music and department chair, welcomes the audience to the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact. - Anne Richoux
Nigel Goodwin reads a passage of scripture at the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Nigel Goodwin reads a passage of scripture at the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact. - Anne Richoux
Griffin Browne plays the cello along with the orchestra at the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Griffin Browne plays the cello along with the orchestra at the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact. - Anne Richoux
University Singers perform during the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact.  - Photo by Anne Richoux
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University Singers perform during the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 festival: Legacy and Impact. - Anne Richoux
Chris Mathews, associate professor of music and department chair, leads Proclamation as they perform during the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Chris Mathews, associate professor of music and department chair, leads Proclamation as they perform during the music department's presentation of "Sounding through the Centuries" during the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Anne Richoux
University Singers perform at the music department's concert for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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University Singers perform at the music department's concert for the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Anne Richoux
Violinists Tricia Wilburn (left) and Anna Frederick perform during the music department's "Sounding through the Centuries" concert, a part of the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Violinists Tricia Wilburn (left) and Anna Frederick perform during the music department's "Sounding through the Centuries" concert, a part of the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Anne Richoux
Wanda Calvert, director of production services, and Mike Calvert look at the Bibles on display at the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Wanda Calvert, director of production services, and Mike Calvert look at the Bibles on display at the KJV400 Festival: Legacy and Impact. - Morris Abernathy

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