Abbreviated KJV. Also known as the Authorized Version. English translation of the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures authorized by Britain’s King James I in 1604 and completed by six companies of 47 translators in 1611.
The most popular Protestant translation of the Bible; commissioned by King James of England and completed in 1611.
an English translation of the Bible published in 1611
Authorized in 1611, this Bible is the most widely used translation in the world and is also a classic expression of the English language (Fee & Stuart).
Popular name for the Authorized Version of the English translation of the Bible (KJ), published in 1611, so-called because the work was authorized by King James of England. Publishing a Bible was such a controversial endeavor in those days that it took a king's approval to prevent being burned at the stake for it.
A popular translation of the Bible authorized by King James of England; completed in 1611.
King James Version, originally released by Sire Records on September 12, 2000, is the second full-length album by alternative rock band Harvey Danger. Although it garnered critical acclaim, it failed to produce a hit song, unlike the earlier Where have all the merrymakers gone?. After the release of King James Version, the band took a three-year hiatus.