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The Authorized King James Version of the Holy Bible is God’s providentially appointed Word for the whole world which reveals the name of the Father as “Jehovah”, and the name of His Son, “Jesus”, in whom there is salvation, and the name of the “Holy Ghost”, who also manifests Himself in true traditional Pentecostalism.
The standard text of the Pure Cambridge Edition of the King James Bible has been published on this website. You are free to download this definitive electronic text of the King James Bible (KJB). The actual King James Bible text of the Pure Cambridge Edition (PCE) has been presented free of any typographical error, and is completely correct. It is scrupulously exact in typesetting right down to the italics and punctuation.
This precise edition of the King James Bible is wholly based on the received traditional text as was published by Cambridge University Press and by Collins publishers. This electronic text has been made in Australia for the purpose of the exaltation of the Bible within Australasia. This Word is necessary for true Pentecostal revival throughout the whole Earth.




The English Bible has been providentially raised up by God for a great dissemination of the true Gospel. The Pure Cambridge Edition (first published circa 1900) is the product of the process of textual purification that has occurred since 1611 when the Authorized Version was completed, and has been used (often unwittingly) as the received text for many decades. Millions of copies conformed to this edition were issued by Bible and missionary societies in the twentieth century. This text stands in contrast to all other editions (especially newly edited and modernised ones). The providentially established and correct text has, among other things, “Geba” not “Gaba” at Ezra 2:26.
The following downloadable files of the Holy Bible are presented for any use, including all forms of further publishing. Use this text as the definitive standard.
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I must be a true deal hunter, i am an atheist but didn't hesitate.
Alright, time to own up. Who prayed for plagues?
how does this one end
Everyone needs a bit of spirituality in their lives whether it’s through your local football team or religion. My thoughts on this are very much what the bigger picture is - and no one alive ultimately knows for sure what is outside of the visible universe. Just spreading the love on a Wednesday - won’t be long until Friday
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I saw King James and thought LeBron....
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Amen America. Amen.
I must be a true deal hunter, i am an atheist but didn't hesitate.
how does this one end
Alright, time to own up. Who prayed for plagues?
Am_Da_Jokah_Babi23/09/2020 12:05

how does this one end



Thought I knew but I am eagerly waiting for 'The Passion of the Christ 2' to find out.............cliffhangers or what!
FlappyPappy23/09/2020 11:31

I must be a true deal hunter, i am an atheist but didn't hesitate.


Me too. I was going to add that it's a decent work of fiction - but actually, it isn't.
Am_Da_Jokah_Babi23/09/2020 12:05

how does this one end


Well this is the original and the sequel. The third volume, The Book of Mormon, doesn't seem as popular.
Everyone needs a bit of spirituality in their lives whether it’s through your local football team or religion. My thoughts on this are very much what the bigger picture is - and no one alive ultimately knows for sure what is outside of the visible universe. Just spreading the love on a Wednesday - won’t be long until Friday
Am_Da_Jokah_Babi23/09/2020 12:05

how does this one end


This is the Hollywood ending edition, which somewhat spoiled it for me. I'm eagerly awaiting the original dead sea scrolls edition, but it seems to be taking forever to remaster.
Was speaking with a Christian. He said this is the accurate version.
Amazing... 162 votes --> 269º

There are many people here who are unable to see the Bible as a cultural book
Edited by: "Ignoramus" 23rd Sep
Ignoramus23/09/2020 16:53

Amazing... 162 votes --> 269ºThere are many people here who are unable to …Amazing... 162 votes --> 269ºThere are many people here who are unable to see the Bible as a cultural book


You should have known this deal would be a Cross to Bear.
rakdamac23/09/2020 16:37

Was speaking with a Christian. He said this is the accurate version.


Yes, it's the accurate version... while it suits.
rakdamac23/09/2020 16:37

Was speaking with a Christian. He said this is the accurate version.


It is even signed by the man himself. King James, I mean!
The Word of God is a masterpiece! Shows the plans of God from the beginning to have a relationship with humanity, culminating in the coming of Jesus which changed forever our world.


I don't see how this can be s bargain though. The Bible is provided free of charge in several apps. The YouVersion Bible app has the King James and dozens of other versions, there's also the Bible Hub where you can check the original texts when the translation is s bit vague.
Thanks for this
Great book! Thank you x
Bible.com has various versions available to read via web browser or mobile app for free. KJV is a bit too old English for me. I tend to read New International Version, although this text is starting to show it's age too.
tasbwo24/09/2020 08:19

Bible.com has various versions available to read via web browser or mobile …Bible.com has various versions available to read via web browser or mobile app for free. KJV is a bit too old English for me. I tend to read New International Version, although this text is starting to show it's age too.


I will default to the NIV for my study, but have found myself cross referencing with the NLT too lately.
Don’t know why anyone would be paying £1.99 ever when this bible and as many other bibles have always been free on the JW app!
justjames124/09/2020 09:17

Don’t know why anyone would be paying £1.99 ever when this bible and as ma …Don’t know why anyone would be paying £1.99 ever when this bible and as many other bibles have always been free on the JW app!


The JW Library app is free on Android and iOS and has the King James Version, the Kingdom Interlinear, Byington, the American Standard Version and the New World Translation all FREE in English. Paying for a Bible should be a thing of the past.
King James is grammatically inaccurate in its grammar and translation , it was of its time and helped many people have a personal copy but today after through research on Language and Grammatical thought translation a student of the bible would require a better edition.
74zep24/09/2020 10:45

King James is grammatically inaccurate in its grammar and translation , it …King James is grammatically inaccurate in its grammar and translation , it was of its time and helped many people have a personal copy but today after through research on Language and Grammatical thought translation a student of the bible would require a better edition.



The KJV remains an excellent work (as most do), but yes, we cannot ignore the archeological finds etc over the past 400+ years that have further enriched our knowledge and understanding of all things biblical.

Nevertheless, it would equally be folly to ignore the fact that almost all those finds (including the Dead Sea Scrolls) largely support the KJV rather than lessen it in any way (there are 'differences', but those differences are so tiny they do not impact on the message at all).

Ultimately, if anyone enjoys reading the Bible in Jacobean English they can do so in the knowledge that the KJV remains valid, and is still regarded as one of old Englands' major literary accomplishments.
tryn2help24/09/2020 12:05

The KJV remains an excellent work (as most do), but yes, we cannot ignore …The KJV remains an excellent work (as most do), but yes, we cannot ignore the archeological finds etc over the past 400+ years that have further enriched our knowledge and understanding of all things biblical. Nevertheless, it would equally be folly to ignore the fact that almost all those finds (including the Dead Sea Scrolls) largely support the KJV rather than lessen it in any way (there are 'differences', but those differences are so tiny they do not impact on the message at all).Ultimately, if anyone enjoys reading the Bible in Jacobean English they can do so in the knowledge that the KJV remains valid, and is still regarded as one of old Englands' major literary accomplishments.


There are big differences which change the context and integrity of the translation, as I said it was a great work of its day but would you put fake brake shoes on your car if you life was dependent on it, No, so why use an inaccurate translation of the Bible if your life depends on it. As a read its ok but not for a serious Christian to base his hope on.
rakdamac23/09/2020 16:37

Was speaking with a Christian. He said this is the accurate version.


No it's not. There are many differences from the original version. The fact it is the King James version should tell you it is the VERSION which has been changed to his liking to gain his approval. It may be a more palatable version, but it certainly isn't 'the accurate version'.
gslgregory24/09/2020 12:37

No it's not. There are many differences from the original version. The …No it's not. There are many differences from the original version. The fact it is the King James version should tell you it is the VERSION which has been changed to his liking to gain his approval. It may be a more palatable version, but it certainly isn't 'the accurate version'.



The 'original' version?

We have multitudes of parchments and bits of parchments but it's highly unlikely any are of the 'original', it's almost certain every bit of parchment and every scroll from ancient times are all copies of copies.

As for King James changing it; any comparison with the ancient works completely dismisses any notion of interference.

These things are not difficult to find on the internet.
tryn2help24/09/2020 18:06

The 'original' version?We have multitudes of parchments and bits of …The 'original' version?We have multitudes of parchments and bits of parchments but it's highly unlikely any are of the 'original', it's almost certain every bit of parchment and every scroll from ancient times are all copies of copies. As for King James changing it; any comparison with the ancient works completely dismisses any notion of interference. These things are not difficult to find on the internet.


The internet is full of differing counsel depending on your message. Rather a trip to the British Museum in London or the John Rylands Library in Manchester will enlighten you as to the mistakes in the King James Version. The only people defending this version's use in the modern day would be those accepting of its errors and not wanting the True and Unadulterated Word of God.
Integrity of scripture is Crucial only then can Gods Word be understood and explained free from errors. People have enough problem placing faith in the Bible at times without misleading errors.
74zep24/09/2020 20:23

The internet is full of differing counsel depending on your message. …The internet is full of differing counsel depending on your message. Rather a trip to the British Museum in London or the John Rylands Library in Manchester will enlighten you as to the mistakes in the King James Version. The only people defending this version's use in the modern day would be those accepting of its errors and not wanting the True and Unadulterated Word of God.Integrity of scripture is Crucial only then can Gods Word be understood and explained free from errors. People have enough problem placing faith in the Bible at times without misleading errors.



The internet is indeed full of differing counsel, but it would be commonsense to stick with the offerings of recognised biblical scholars rather than Joe anybody.

My comment to the other poster in regards to the 'original version' and the fact that all parchments, bits of parchments, scrolls etc are almost certainly not the 'original' (even those in our museums) still stands.

As I wrote elsewhere, we are well blessed to have found a great many things which have improved our understanding - and shown differences, in almost every version - but have not impacted on the message.
Genuine question. So has the King James version been translated into German... French... Spanish... Chinese etc etc. If so is it still the King James version if it’s in a different language? I’m assuming that all these versions would then be seen as ‘definitive’ by the King James lovers? Or does it absolutely have to be in English?
hotyoda27/09/2020 10:30

Genuine question. So has the King James version been translated into …Genuine question. So has the King James version been translated into German... French... Spanish... Chinese etc etc. If so is it still the King James version if it’s in a different language? I’m assuming that all these versions would then be seen as ‘definitive’ by the King James lovers? Or does it absolutely have to be in English?



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