Where can I order a King James Bible conformable to the edition of 1611?
Heathens are tampering with King James Bibles.
We need to print out and bind our own Authorized King James Bibles (Pure Cambridge Edition).
Read about some of my experiences here.
2014 Update: While I still suggest printing out and binding your own Pure Cambridge Edition, if you would like a leather Cambridge, you may want to purchase the "TBS/Cambridge large print, Text Only" from AVpublications.com (in I John 5:8 it says "Spirit" while the Pure Cambridge edition says "spirit". G.A. Riplinger (author of New Age Bible Versions) states that both renderings are correct owing to German capitalization of substantives (nouns) (see "Settings of the King James Bible: A Review with Recommendations On Its 400th Anniversary", p. 17).). Our position is that we have examined the Pure Cambridge edition with other Bibles as well as Ms. Riplingers enlightening comments. We favor the Pure Cambridge edition, appreciate it, and we appreciate it that it is FREE. With all the changes to the Bible going on around us, if we can keep our hands on a good Bible--the Pure Cambridge Edition--God's word will stay in tact for all to read. We can make it available so that all can download it for FREE. We can also share with others a sturdy, inexpensive binding technique as well. We can publish our own Bibles--and we can keep doing it. Our children can publish their own Bibles as well. Even if we choose to buy a premade Bible, we still need to have the Pure Cambridge Edition and we still need to keep it available for others. We have a good Bible in the Pure Cambridge Edition. Many thanks are due to those that compiled the Pure Cambridge Edition and freely shared it with us.
- Print out and bind your own ACCURATE Authorized King James Bible for free (Christians usually buy their Bibles from heathens and have done so for years. Those same heathens are tampering with the King James Bible and cannot be trusted. We should print and bind our own Bibles. If you wish to get a traditional Bible, I suggest that you go to used book stores and look for older Cambridge, Collins, and Oxford Bibles with an old type of leather/cloth/etc. cover.
The page that you are viewing is an older page. Having researched this issue, I have no recommendations except print your own. There was a Bible printing ministry that was recommended to me (Bearing Precious Seed), but I have not viewed their Bibles for accuracy and they did not answer my email questions.
I traditionally trusted Cambridge publishings of the KJV (Cambridge was one of the places the KJV was translated), BUT THEY ARE GOING DOWN FAST. I've heard that they are putting in some new spellings (e.g., cloke to cloak) in some of their editions (Standard Text Edition -- "twoedged" has become "two-edged"), but not necessarily changing each spelling of a particular word.
There is a test to know the Pure Cambridge Edition of the King James Bible. I took four different Cambridge Bibles and none of them passed the test and all four Cambridge Bibles did not agree together.
From the internet--Here is another change that has been made in this particular edition [Cambridge Standard Text Edition]: the word twoedged has become two-edged. They added a hyphen. This word is only in the King James Bible four times (Psalms 149:6, Proverbs 5:4, Hebrews 4:12, and Revelation 1:16.) Now check this out: they added the hyphen in only three of the four verses. They left it without a hyphen in Hebrews 4:12. Why? Was this a mistake or did they mean to do it that way?
Cambridge has started printing out plenty of abominations like other Bible versions as well as their "KJV for boys" and their "KJV for girls," etc. One cannot find their KJVs everywhere, either and they are oftentimes expensive. The church should have been printing its own Bibles this whole time instead of leaving this important work to heathens. Every church should have a Bible-printing ministry. It does not have to be fancy--a computer, printer, and perfect copy of the scriptures that can be printed out on demand.
- WARNING: Some of the cheap (and not so cheap) Bibles have alterations to the text. I've found errors in pew Bibles that preclude me from giving them to anyone. The King James Bible was translated at Cambridge, Oxford, and Westminster but in these end times, strangers are in the sanctuary putting their hands on our things. We need to publish our own Bibles. These are the times of apostasy. What was okay yesterday is not necessarily okay today.
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