KJV Bibles

If there’s something that you would consider “old new,” it would be these Bibles. These Bibles are “new” versions of the King James Version. The ultrathin is still a basic version but has a reference feature when you want to note other passages related to the ones you are reading. The kids version has some added illustrations to guide kids to visualize some of the stories as well as a page with background for each book and some questions and highlights to prompt discussion. The study version has a little bit of everything so that you are able to get a good idea of the time and location of the books of the Bible but also has references and illustrations.

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*KJV Bibles

Title: KJV Bibles
Publisher: Holman

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Not sure which Bible to choose? Use you can the website’s “Find Your KJV Bible Tool” to filter through the features to find which Bible is right for you as well as any available special pricing!

For over 400 years, the King James Version has been the trusted translation for millions of believers, capturing the majesty of God’s Word and shaping the worship of generations.

Since 1611, Christians have turned to the King James Version of the Bible for a faithful and beautiful rendering of God’s Word. Its rich tradition has guided generations of pastors, authors, and scholars, while its reverent language continues to shape our words today.

The KJV was translated in the beginning of the 1600s. The scholars translating it were among the top scholars of their day, and most were deeply familiar with literature and poetry as well as with theology and ancient languages. They were also intent on creating a translation that would last for generations, so they avoided recent changes to the language, often using words and phrases that sounded formal even then to ensure the dignity and longevity of the translation.


ONE lucky reader will receive a KJV Bible. Winner will be chosen on Monday, 5/31. (Giveaway open to continental US residents ONLY.)

For your chance to win your choice of one of three KJV Bibles, leave a comment below sharing your current favorite Bible or just say “Howdy.” For extra entries, share this post on social media, click to tweet about the Bibles, or leave a comment on any post on this blog or on our family blog Keeping Up with the Moys. Leave separate comments HERE for each extra entry with a link to the comment.

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  1. My current favorite Bible translation is The Passion Translation (TPT). The TPT has the entire New Testament, Psalms, Proverbs, and Song of Songs. Additional books on Isaiah, Joshua, Judges & Ruth are also now available, which I have yet to purchase.


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