The King James Study Bible

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The King James Study Bible is an edition of the King James Bible originally produced by Liberty University. It has undergone several name changes and is now sold by Christian publishing house Thomas Nelson in a mass-market edition. The theology in the study notes reflect conservative Christian theology.


The King James Study Bible includes:

  • A full center-column system of glosses for the KJV text
  • Explanations of verses which amount to paraphrases
  • Doctrinal notes
  • Words of Christ in red
  • Book introductions and outlines
  • Notes on people, places and archaeology
  • In-text maps
  • Full-color maps
  • Index to the notes
  • Concordance

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