KJV edition in New Pilgrim Bible

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  1. Logos1560

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    The KJV edition in the 2003 New Pilgrim Bible with consulting editors Jerry L. Rockwell and Douglas Stauffer and printed by Oxford has the following renderings that would differ from most other present KJV editions:

    Genesis 3:24
    Cherubim

    Genesis 50:23b
    of Machir the son Manasseh

    Exodus 25:20a
    And the cherubim

    Exodus 39:43b
    behold, they have done it

    Leviticus 8:16
    and caul above the liver

    Leviticus 17:8c
    offereth a burnt-offering of sacrifice

    Deuteronomy 14:12b
    the eagle, and ossifrage

    Deuteronomy 22:1
    the brother’s ox

    2 Samuel 1:9a
    And he said unto me again,

    1 Kings 7:32c
    a cubit and a half a cubit

    1 Kings 8:12
    dwell in thick darkness

    1 Chronicles 11:11b
    Jashobeam, and Hachmonite

    1 Chronicles 18:15a
    And Joab the son Zeruiah

    Job 16:16b
    and my eyelids

    Psalm 57:3
    and save from the reproach of him

    Psalm 68:20
    unto God the Lord

    Psalm 106:48
    the Lord God

    Jeremiah 36:29
    to Jehoiakim the king of Judah

    Jeremiah 48:20
    cry; and tell ye

    Jeremiah 51:8
    if so she may be healed

    Ezekiel 46:11
    and ephah to a ram


    Daniel 4:8
    the name of my god (1675 Oxford, 2003 NPB) [DKJB] {1640 London} (ROASB)
    the name of my God (1769 Oxford, SRB) [1629, 1769 Cambridge]

    Has anyone with this edition noticed any other differences or variations in it?
     
  2. InTheLight

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    I have the 1952 edition of the Pilgrim Bible. I grew up with it and love it. There are footnotes in places that will say things like, "the earliest manuscripts do not have this verse" or "scholars mostly agree this verse should be omitted". Researching the reasons behind these footnotes was the start of my journey away from KJVOism.

    I've just searched through the verses listed and here are the results of the 1952 version vs. the 2003 version:

    Gen 3:24
    1952 Cherubims
    2003 Cherubim

    Genesis 50:23b
    of Machir the son Manasseh
    same

    Exodus 25:20a
    1952 And the cherubims
    2003 And the cherubim

    Exodus 39:43b
    1952 even so had they have done it
    2003 behold, they have done it


    Leviticus 8:16
    1952 and the caul above the liver
    2003 and caul above the liver

    Leviticus 17:8c
    1952 offereth a burnt-offering or sacrifice
    2003 offereth a burnt-offering of sacrifice


    Deuteronomy 14:12b
    1952 the eagle, and the ossifrage
    2003 the eagle, and ossifrage

    Deuteronomy 22:1
    1952 thy brother's ox
    2003 the brother’s ox

    2 Samuel 1:9a
    1952 He said unto me again,
    2003 And he said unto me again,

    1 Kings 7:32c
    1952 a cubit and half a cubit
    2003 a cubit and a half a cubit

    1 Kings 8:12
    1952 dwell in the thick darkness
    2003 dwell in thick darkness

    1 Chronicles 11:11b
    1952 Jashobeam, an Hachmonite
    2003 Jashobeam, and Hachmonite


    1 Chronicles 18:15a
    And Joab the son Zeruiah
    same


    Job 16:16b
    1952 and on my eyelids
    2003 and my eyelids

    Psalm 57:3
    1952 and save me from the reproach of him
    2003 and save from the reproach of him

    Psalm 68:20
    1952 and unto God the Lord
    2003 unto God the Lord

    Psalm 106:48
    the Lord God
    same

    Jeremiah 36:29
    1952 to Jehoiakim king of Judah
    2003 to Jehoiakim the king of Judah

    Jeremiah 48:20
    1952 cry; tell ye
    2003 cry; and tell ye

    Jeremiah 51:8
    1952 if so be she may be healed
    2003 if so she may be healed

    Ezekiel 46:11
    1952 an ephah to a ram
    2003 and ephah to a ram


    Daniel 4:8
    the name of my god (1675 Oxford, 2003 NPB) [DKJB] {1640 London} (ROASB)
    the name of my God (1769 Oxford, SRB) [1629, 1769 Cambridge]

    1952 the name of my god
     
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    I have leafed thru one of those bible editions in a store, and from what I remembered, seemed to be done like Scofield Jr edition!

    looked good, wished at bough it for my sons!
     
  4. Logos1560

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    All the differences and errors in the following list in the 2003 New Pilgrim Bible printed by Oxford are also found in another KJV edition printed by the Inspirational Gift Company [Tuscaloosa, Alabama] with a 2003 copyright.

    The copy of this KJV [Inspirational Gift Company] edition that I obtained has a Wal-Mart price sticker on it, suggesting that it had been offered for sale at a Wal-Mart store.

    Did the text of these two KJV editions have a common source?

    Genesis 50:23b
    of Machir the son Manasseh

    Exodus 39:43b
    behold, they have done it

    Leviticus 8:16
    and caul above the liver

    Leviticus 17:8c
    offereth a burnt-offering of sacrifice

    Deuteronomy 14:12b
    the eagle, and ossifrage

    Deuteronomy 22:1
    the brother’s ox

    2 Samuel 1:9a
    And he said unto me again,

    1 Kings 7:32c
    a cubit and a half a cubit

    1 Kings 8:12
    dwell in thick darkness

    1 Chronicles 11:11b
    Jashobeam, and Hachmonite

    1 Chronicles 18:15a
    And Joab the son Zeruiah

    Job 16:16b
    and my eyelids

    Psalm 57:3
    and save from the reproach of him

    Psalm 68:20
    unto God the Lord

    Psalm 106:48
    the Lord God

    Jeremiah 36:29
    to Jehoiakim the king of Judah

    Jeremiah 48:20
    cry; and tell ye

    Jeremiah 51:8
    if so she may be healed

    Ezekiel 46:11
    and ephah to a ram
     

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