King James Bible

Rewind: The history behind the KJV

Rapp Report Daily episode 8 Why did the 1611 version of the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible include the Apocrypha? The answer to that is in the history behind the creation of the KJV. King James wanted one translation of the Bible for the country that both Roman Catholics and Protestants could use.

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Rewind: What did the KJV contain?

Rapp Report Daily episode 7 It may surprise many to discover that the 1611 King James Bible (KJV) contented the 39 Old Testament books, the 27 New Testament books and the 14 Apocrypha books. If the KJV 1611 was inspired as some believe than the Apocrypha books would also be inspired by God.

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Rewind: Was the KJV the first English Bible?

Rapp Report Daily episode 6 Many people believe that the first translation of the Bible was the King James Version (KJV) completed in 1611. This is simply not true.

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