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The King James Version (also called the Authorised Version) is the most commonly-used English translation of the Holy Bible. It was first published in 1611 and has been revised several times, the last revision being in 1769 by Benjamin Blayney, which has become the standard version of it today. It is currently in the public domain except for in the United Kingdom, where it is under a crown copyright. The Left Behind books occasionally use this version when characters are quoting verses from the Bible, though other translations are also used.

Off-site links to Bible websites will be for Scripture verses rendered in the King James Version.

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