Category Description for Bible/Online/King James Version

The King James Version of the Bible, also known as the Authorised Version, was first published in 1611 under the reign of King James I of England. It has been the most popular English translation of the Bible for centuries until the relatively recent development of various modern Bible versions. The New Testament was translated from the Textus Receptus, and the Old Testament was translated from the Masoretic Hebrew Text.

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All Online Bible
Displayed by chapter or a definable range of verses. Searchable.
Audio Bible
Audio narration by Alexander Scourby in RealAudio format with parallel e-text. Uses frames.
A Bible Concordance
Provides four different formats of the text. Features concordance, Strong's Hebrew and Greek Dictionary, and Easton's Dictionary.
Bible Topic Index
All the words and chapters are indexed in a context tag cloud.
Designed for readability and easy navigation. Displays text by chapter.
Deuterocanonical Books of the Bible/Apocrypha
Deuterocanonical books only. Esdras, Greek additions to Esther, Maccabees, Tobit, Judith, Wisdom, Sirach, Baruch, Letter of Jeremiah, Greek additions to Daniel.
Humanities Text Initiative: King James Version
Word, phrase, proximity, Boolean and citation searches. Displays an entire book of text at a time when browsing. Apocrypha included.
IntraText: King James Version
Keywords link to concordances and word frequency lists.
Features a search engine and self study tests. No chapter headings. Words of Jesus in red.
The King James HTML Bible
Related verses are linked. Features a one year reading schedule. Searchable. Frames optional.
King James Version, Clarified New Testament
KJV with archaic words updated.
Includes concordance, dictionary, and popular word counts. Searchable.
Includes answers to common questions and a gospel presentation.
Each verse is bookmark anchored to allow direct linking.
Linked Word Project
Each phrase is directly linked from the text to information regarding the original Hebrew and Greek, including pronunciation, origin, and definitions. The Holy Bible
Searchable by keyword or verse.
Web Chapel
Includes concordance and Apocrypha. Searchable.
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