KJB: The Book That Changed the World
Since its completion in 1611, the King James Bible has been the best-selling book in the world, and in celebration of the 400th anniversary of its printing, Lionsgate releases the docudrama KJB: THE BOOK THAT CHANGED THE WORLD, available on DVD April 5.
The film is hosted by award-winning actor John Rhys-Davies, who visits landmarks, explains relics and sets up dramatizations of surrounding events.
The docudrama, supported by the American Bible Society, has fast-paced action scenes depicting the holy passion, human frailty, and divine guidance surrounding the creation of history's best-selling book. It also offers a deeper look into the Christian faith following the creation of the Protestant Church and King James I's influence.