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King James Version (KJV)
(1611) The most popular translation ever produced,
this Bible was done during the reign and at the urging of King James the First of
England. 47 scholars, divided into 5 groups, worked on the translation. Based largely
on the Bishop's Bible, many Hebrew and Greek texts were also studied as well as all
other available English translations, to insure the best results. By choosing men of
many different theological and educational backgrounds, it was hopeful individual
prejudices of the translators could be minimized. Printed in a handy size and in clear
type, the KJV was supposed to please clergy and congregation alike. Despite initial
resistance, the KJV became and still is the largest selling translation of the Bible.
By using the exhaustive index to find the specific areas you wish to study,
you can develop your own study program and see how each related verse
and its context add to your understanding and personal spiritual growth.
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biggest thing that makes the Thompson stand out is its extensive helps section.
Useful and practical tables, charts and illustrations, comprise over 75 features
arranged in 10 departments. On-the-spot help for nearly any Bible study question you
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