Thursday, February 10, 2011

1611 - 1911

1611 - At the end of a conference with the Puritans, King James authorized the publication of the King James Bible (KJV). This version of the Bible has been the gold standard of Bibles in the English speaking world for four hundred years. Read Albert Mohler's discussion of the KJV HERE.

1911 - Three hundred years later, John M. Browning designed the Colt .45 ACP pistol, which became the Army issue M1911, and it was the standard issue pistol for about seventy years. It is also the pistol all others have been compared to for the last one hundred years. Read about the 1911 HERE.

Both are great tools.

     The 1911 might help save your life.

                      The 1611 might help save your soul.

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