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Today's KJV and 1611 Compared and More By Rick Norris
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An examination of editions of the King James Version including a list of over 2000 differences between the 1611 edition of the KJV and a present KJV edition. Some facts are given about other... More > important KJV editions including clear evidence that today's KJV is not every word the same as the 1769 Oxford edition of the KJV.< Less
Facts from 400 Years of KJV Editions: Do We Use a 1769 KJV? By Rick Norris
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Over 650 pages of data from a partial examination of over 500 editions of the KJV are presented, indicating when changes were made and what variations are found. This data shows that today's varying... More > KJV editions are not identical to the 1769 Oxford edition since there would be as many as 400 changes made to the 1769 in the typical present one.< Less
Wycliffe-KJV New Testament (volume 2) By Terence Noble
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This is the New Testament of Terence Noble's modern spelling update of the Wycliffe Bible of the 14th century. This is the Wycliffe-KJV parallel Edition - volume 2 of 2. From the back cover: With the... More > spelling up-dated and many obsolete words replaced, this Bible is a fair and accurate representation of John Wycliffe’s and John Purvey’s 14th century translation of the very first English vernacular New Testament. This is their New Testament with modern spelling – not some 21st century variation on a medieval theme. Six centuries later, you can now read what those common folk were themselves at long last able to read (or, more likely, have read to them). Simple, direct words, with their own charm and rhythm, their own humble, cogent beauty. Sophisticated and graceful words, their originality and newness making the well-known and fondly remembered fresh, alive, and interesting once again.< Less
Wycliffe-KJV New Testament (volume 1) By Terence Noble
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This is the New Testament of Terence Noble's modern spelling update of the Wycliffe Bible of the 14th century. This is the Wycliffe-KJV parallel Edition - volume 1 of 2. From the back cover: With... More > the spelling up-dated and many obsolete words replaced, this Bible is a fair and accurate representation of John Wycliffe’s and John Purvey’s 14th century translation of the very first English vernacular New Testament. This is their New Testament with modern spelling – not some 21st century variation on a medieval theme. Six centuries later, you can now read what those common folk were themselves at long last able to read (or, more likely, have read to them). Simple, direct words, with their own charm and rhythm, their own humble, cogent beauty. Sophisticated and graceful words, their originality and newness making the well-known and fondly remembered fresh, alive, and interesting once again.< Less
Wycliffe-KJV New Testament (volume 2) By Terence Noble
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This is the New Testament of Terence Noble's modern spelling update of the Wycliffe Bible of the 14th century. This is the Wycliffe-KJV parallel Edition - volume 2 of 2. From the back cover: With the... More > spelling up-dated and many obsolete words replaced, this Bible is a fair and accurate representation of John Wycliffe’s and John Purvey’s 14th century translation of the very first English vernacular New Testament. This is their New Testament with modern spelling – not some 21st century variation on a medieval theme. Six centuries later, you can now read what those common folk were themselves at long last able to read (or, more likely, have read to them). Simple, direct words, with their own charm and rhythm, their own humble, cogent beauty. Sophisticated and graceful words, their originality and newness making the well-known and fondly remembered fresh, alive, and interesting once again.< Less
Wycliffe-KJV New Testament (volume 1) By Terence Noble
Paperback: $27.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
This is the New Testament of Terence Noble's modern spelling update of the Wycliffe Bible of the 14th century. This is the Wycliffe-KJV parallel Edition - volume 1 of 2. From the back cover: With the... More > spelling up-dated and many obsolete words replaced, this Bible is a fair and accurate representation of John Wycliffe’s and John Purvey’s 14th century translation of the very first English vernacular New Testament. This is their New Testament with modern spelling – not some 21st century variation on a medieval theme. Six centuries later, you can now read what those common folk were themselves at long last able to read (or, more likely, have read to them). Simple, direct words, with their own charm and rhythm, their own humble, cogent beauty. Sophisticated and graceful words, their originality and newness making the well-known and fondly remembered fresh, alive, and interesting once again.< Less