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King James Bible Version (Bible Verses by Topics)

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King James Bible Version Categorized by Topics.

Bible verses about God
Bible verses about Love
Bible verses about Faith
Bible verses about Marriage
Bible verses about Healing
Bible verses about Peace
Bible verses about Prayer
Bible verses about Children
Bible verses about Forgiveness
Bible verses about Trust
Bible verses about Strength
Bible verses about Jehovah
Bible verses about Grace
Bible verses about Death
Bible verses about Divorce
Bible verses about Fear
Bible verses about Ten Commandments
Bible verses about Ten Wives
Bible verses about Husbands
Bible verses about Heaven
Bible verses about Hope

The King James Version is a translation named after King James I of England, who first commissioned the new English Bible translation in 1604 A.D. and later completed in 1611 A.D. King James 'authorized' the new translation to be read in churches in England and beyond. Later known as the 'Authorized Version' in 1814, the King James Version became a standard among English-speaking Christians.

The King James Version is considered one of the most accurate English translations in existance today. A skilled committee of 54 translators worked for 7 years to carefully complete the King James translation.

The translation is most noted for its poetic feel - prose that seems to flow with a certain rhythmic quality. The book is often cited as the most published book in world history with a significant influence on literature and culture in the last few centuries. It is estimated that more than 1 billion copies of the King James Version have been published.

The King James Version has had a few rounds of edits, mostly to keep up with changes in the English language itself. The English from the original 1611 version is noticeably different than the newer 1769 version. People who are unfamiliar with the English language in the Elizabethan and Jacobean era can easily mistake the 1611 King James Version writing style for spelling errors.The same can be said for other writings of that era as well, for example Beowulf. It is widely recognized that the King James Version has made a significant impact on the English language and it continues to leave impressions on people and culture, as one of the most published books in world history.

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