Do you want to study God’s Word, but you don’t want to use the Alexandrian versions, but you also have difficulty with some of the KJV words? Here are a few resources that may help. The King James Bible Companion Chick Publications http://www.chick.com/catalog/books/1007.asp An inexpensive booklet containing definitions of archaic KJV words. No need […]
King James Version
The KJV is a literal translation of the Byzantine text. For over 300 years, it was the Bible of English speaking Christianity. Is it really as hard to understand as some people claim?
In the Epistle Dedicatory, the translators of the King James Bible dedicated their work to King James. It also gives a brief glimpse into the translation process. Unfortunately, the Dedicatory is not found in many KJV’s today. Interested readers are also encouraged to read the Translators to the Reader, the original preface to the KJV. TO […]
The Translators to the Reader is the original preface to the King James Bible, written by it’s translators. This is found in very few print editions of the KJV today. See also the Epistle Dedicatory . The Translators to the Reader The Best Things Have Been Calumniated Zeal to promote the common good, whether it […]