For KJVOs...

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  1. Walls

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    ...this post is for you! Which KJV are you? 1611 or 1769? If you would please, give information and sources, supporting your position!

    Thank you
     
  2. Ed Edwards

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    I'm a KJVO#1.
    My copy of the KJV1769 has the
    Tim LaHaye PROPHECY STUDY BIBLE notes
    in it. No where does this book note
    that it is the KJV1769 in it.
    Probably (with exception of the better
    KJVOs which the Baptist Board attracts),
    90% of the KJVOs have no idea that
    there are various editions of the King
    James Bible.

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  3. RaptureReady

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    Scripturely speaking, there's no difference.
     
  4. Elk

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    Dear Ed Edwards,
    I would like to inquire...
    Which KJV is used in the Super-Giant KJV Holman Bible? It does not say "Authorized".
    Thank you very much for your time on this matter.
     
  5. HankD

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    I have both the 1611 and the 1769 Edition.
    I often take both to Church.

    There are several hundred differences many of which have been posted and dealt with here on the BB, one of which completely reverses the meaning of the passage.

    "things which are different are not the same (unless the KJVO says that there is no difference)".

    HankD
     
  6. Askjo

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    Both did not affect any doctrines. :D
     
  7. ScottEmerson

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    Both did not affect any doctrines. :D </font>[/QUOTE]And neither do the MV's, so you've proved our point. Thanks.
     
  8. Baptist in Richmond

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    I am a KJV-Alsoist, and I use the 1611 Authorised Version because:
    1. This is the TRUE King James Bible.
    2. I am a Purist when it comes to the English language, and love the fluidity of Early Modern English.
    3. The TRUE King James Bible contains the Apocrypha (which I love dearly).
    4. The 1769 isn't even the best revision.
    5. My Wiclif Bible is way too expensive to take to church.
    6. My 1599 Geneva Bible is way too big to take to church. [It makes me look like a holy roller!!]
    7. My Tyndale Bible is way too old to take to church.
    8. It is too hard to follow along in my Luther's Translation as it is in German.
    9. My Septuagint only has the Old Testament and the Apocrypha.
    and last, but not least:
    10. They got it right the first time!
     
  9. Walls

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