Is the Authorized King James different from the King James?
Yes, but the differences are marginal. The Authorized King James of 1611 was the original printing ordered by King James for the Church of England. The King James bible that many have today is the same version, but has the corrected spelling of certain words.
It also does not include the translator’s note, which gives credibility to the manner in which it was translated, and the incredible fear of God with which this original work was accomplished.
Despite the easier reading of the King James Version, the Authorized version remains the standard among all English translations, although it is more difficult to read.
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