Version: King James Version
The King James Version of the Bible has had a profound influence on English-speaking culture for nearly 400 years. Black Bonded Leather
Popular author Calvin Miller (The Singer Trilogy, The Christ of Christmas) says there are three good reason we should read the King James Version: (1) It was the Bible of our forefathers and mothers. (2) It has great literary strength and a beauty that is often lost in some contemporary translations. (3) Finally, the literary resonance of the KJV makes it easy to memorize. Features and Benefits: "Why Read the King James Version?" by Calvin Miller; Table of Weights and Measures; Subject Index to Old and New Testaments; Where to Turn; "Daily Bread," a 365-Day Bible Reading Plan by Robert Murray M'Cheyne; Jesus and the Ten Commandments; Titles of Jesus; Miracles of Jesus; Parables of Jesus; A Harmony of the Life of Christ; The Apostles and Their History; Predictions Made by Jesus; Prophecies of Jesus' Second Coming.