Charles adds to web Bible project
Published 05/03/2011 | 13:01
The Prince of Wales has added a reading to the online version of the King James Bible.
The King James version has been described as one of the most important publications in history.
It is read in countries across the world. Art, literature and music have been based on language and stories from the Bible.
The YouTube Bible was set up to encourage people to read passages from the King James Bible to create a complete and varied archive of readings accessible on the internet.
Charles read from the Gospel according to John Chapter 14 verses 1-14.
The King James Bible Trust has been established to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, which was completed in 1611.
The book arguably has far more influence on the English language than Shakespeare or any other author.