This essay is about the development of the King James Bible. It talks about how it was developed, who developed it, and why. It is cited and contains the works cited.

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The Development of the King James Bible The King James Version of The Holy Bible has been proven to be today's most popular translation of the Bible. For almost 400 years, many readers have preferred it over all other translations. Since its original edition in 1611, the King James Version, or KJV, has overthrown both previous popular bible versions, the Geneva and the Bishops' Bible, and also has eclipsed as one of the most reliable and sacred …

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…NOT GIVEN. Latourette, Kenneth Scott. A History of Christianity. New York: Harper & Row. 1953. Metzger, Bruce M. and Coogan, Michael D.. The Oxford Companion to the Bible. New York: Oxford. 1993. Vance, Laurence. "A Brief History of the King James Bible." "Who were the King James Version Translators?" "Why was it called the King James Bible?"