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Participants Take Part In A Non Stop Reading Of The King James Bible

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BATH, ENGLAND – MARCH 02: People follow as a volunteer reads from the King James Bible as part of a non-stop read through to celebrate its 400th anniversary in The Church of St Michael’s Without on March 2, 2011 in Bath, England. The Bath Bible Challenge, which will involve famous writers, actors and volunteer members of the public, is set to continue day and night until Saturday and is one of the highlights of the Bath Literature Festival. It will be concluded by actor Timothy West. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

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