I recently completed reading a fun book —  Majestie: The King Behind the King James Bible by David Teems (Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2010).  It comes at a time (400-yr anniversary) when many are appropriately examining the time period and substance of the English translation of the King James Version of the Bible.  From a biblical point of view, one would have to say that the assessment of the spirituality of King James is quite lacking and any judgment of his “born again” status left in confusion.  The book does not really go into these features in much detail.  I do not know much about Teems and his background although I browsed the web for information.  But the book is a delightful read and puts the spotlight on early 17th century England in a way that you will remember.