Authorized King James Version
The Authorized King James Version is a translation of the Bible into the English language. This version of the Bible is also called the Authorized Version (AV) or as the King James Version (KJV) in the United States.
Although it is one of the oldest English translations of the Bible, it is still one of the most widely read versions today. A 2014 survey in the United States found that 55% people who read the Bible were using the King James Version. The next most widely-read version was the New International Version at 19%, while other versions were used by less than 10%.
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- "The King James Dictionary". Online Searchable King James Dictionary
- King James Version -Gutenberg Project
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