King James Bible

King James Bible : 400th Anniversary Edition of the Book That Changed the World

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This King James Bible is an authorised, high-quality ebook, published to mark the 400th anniversary of the book that truly changed the world. As well as retaining the trusted King James text, this ebook is reliable and user-friendly. Its many helpful features include: - Table of contents for finding book, chapter and verse- Search tool for finding specific passages using key words- Cross-referenced footnotes throughout- British text and adjustable font sizes for easy readability- Tools for highlighting, bookmarking, and writing notesshow more

Product details

  • Electronic book text | 1152 pages
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • Collins
  • United Kingdom
  • 9780007420377

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For 400 years, the King James Version has represented the epitome of the English language in all its power and glory. Across continents and cultures, its language has changed how we speak, and its claims have changed how we live. This is a book which is both loved by many and despised by some, but which simply cannot be ignored. So whether you wish to encounter the King James Bible for the first time, or return to it as an old friend, this ebook edition is your ideal companion.show more

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`The King James Bible is a cornerstone of our culture and our languageâ ¦To read it is to feel simultaneously at home, a citizen of the world, and a traveller through eternity.' Andrew Motion `If you have no Bible, you have no way to live.' Rosa Parks `There is no doubt in my mind that the King James Bible and not Shakespeare set this language on its path to become a universal language on a scale unprecedented before or since.' Melvyn Bragg `The DNA of our language.' Frank Field MP `The King James Bible is a cornerstone of our culture and our languageâ ¦To read it is to feel simultaneously at home, a citizen of the world, and a traveller through eternity.' Andrew Motion `If you have no Bible, you have no way to live.' Rosa Parks `There is no doubt in my mind that the King James Bible and not Shakespeare set this language on its path to become a universal language on a scale unprecedented before or since.' Melvyn Bragg `The DNA of our language.' Frank Field MPshow more