Can evidence of the Episcopal doctrinal views of the KJV translators be seen in the chapter heading to the tenth chapter of 1 Corinthians? Those headings are said to have been the work of Bishop Thomas Bilson, who was one of the last co-editors who could make changes to the 1611. In the 1611 edition of the KJV, this heading stated: “The Sacraments of the Jews are types of ours.” Is this an example of an Episcopal ecclesiastical term in the 1611 edition and in many later KJV editions until at least the late 1800’s that included the same chapter/contents headings? In his book printed in 1593 with a second edition printed in 1610, Bishop Thomas Bilson claimed that “the delivering or withholding the sacraments is in the pastor’s power and charge” (Perpetual Government, p. 161). Bilson asserted that “the key of power referred to the sacraments” (p. 281).