Meet James I.
As in King James Bible, which is apparently 400 years old this year.
One wonders what someone's thinking when they say..."Oh, you know what? I think I'll just issue my version of the Bible."
King James (who, as son of Mary Queen of Scots, was the King of Scotland for 36 years before he ever sat on the English throne) was a theologian as well, and had some issues with how the Puritans had interpreted the Bible, and so decided to do his own. It was only the third English version by 1611, and he used almost 50 translators to get the job done.
They must have done a good job, given that the Authorized Version became the one widely accepted.
Or, at least, accepted in hotel rooms worldwide, anyway.