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by Jay P. Sr. Green

ePub Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible download
Author:
Jay P. Sr. Green
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978-1878442703
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1878442708
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Sovereign Grace Publishers (January 1993)
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The Modern King James Version, by the gifted translator J. P. Green, S. also of the famous Interlinear Bible and Interlinear Greek-English New Testament with King James Version, was published by the Sovereign Grace Trust Fund. It is currently out of print.

The Modern King James Version, by the gifted translator J. Library Binding: 1044 pages. Publisher: Sovereign Grace Publishers (January 1993).

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The King James Version (KJV), also known as the King James Bible (KJB) or simply the Authorized Version (AV), is an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England, begun in 1604 and completed as well as published in 1611 under . .

The King James Version (KJV), also known as the King James Bible (KJB) or simply the Authorized Version (AV), is an English translation of the Christian Bible for the Church of England, begun in 1604 and completed as well as published in 1611 under the sponsorship of James VI and I. The books of the King James Version include the 39 books of the Old Testament, an intertestamental section containing 14 books of the Apocrypha, and the 27 books of the New Testament

Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible. Tyndale Bible Society.

Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible. New York: McGraw-Hill. The Living Scriptures: A New Translation in the King James Version Tradition. National Foundation for Religious Education. The Gnostics, the New Versions, and the Deity of Christ, by Jay P. Green, Sr. and George Whitefield. Sovereign Grace Publishers. Hendrickson Publishing: Peabody, Massachusetts. Unholy Hands on the Bible. Sovereign Grace Publishing.

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John 15 - Modern King James Version. The Vine and the Branches. 1. I am the True Vine, and My Father is the Vinedresser. 19. If you were of the world, the world would love its own. But because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. 20. Remember the word that I said to you, The servant is not greater than his master. If they have persecuted Me, they will also persecute you.

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The Modern King James Version, by the gifted translator J. P. Green, Sr., also of the famous Interlinear Bible and Interlinear Greek-English New Testament with King James Version, was published by the Sovereign Grace Trust Fund. It is currently out of print.
  • I am very satisfied with the Modern King James version and it's definitely better than NKJV, NIV, ASV, etc. or any other modern bible today that are nothing but paraphrased instead of being translated without any paraphrasing and changing the word of God. Modern King James version stays true to the word of God without any paraphrasing so that readers can understand the bible better with modern English instead of the old archaic English. I highly recommend this bible more than any other versions out there and this is the only bible that I trust with modern English translation.

  • What a great bible, that even in the Old Testament where the Lord spoke is in red. This bible exceeded my expectations.

  • My experience with this translation by Green is limited, But based largely on his literal translation and his interlinears, this translation has my hearty endorsement.
    This translation and his literal translation are available on the free and very excellent E-Sword software downloads. It might be wise to see for yourself before spending the considerable present price of a printed copy. (Be glad to know of link to Green's interlinears online and/or downloadables.)
    Green was probably the best translator of the late 20th century. He believed that the traditional Greek texts underlying the King James Version were much superior to those very ancient texts discovered in the 19th century. Those very ancient texts have led translators astray for two centuries and counting. Green believed, I think rightly, that the very ancient texts survived because they had be judged to be inferior copies and had been stored in the back closet rather than kept on shelves in rooms used for copying.
    Today scholarship seems to have moved ahead of Green and King James' men. I prefer the Majority Text and even more the Byzantine Textform of Pierpont and Robinson. The more stable Eastern Roman Empire evidently provided a better home for accurate copying than the oft barbarian occupied West. Looking forward to a good translation of Pierpont-Robinson, or even the Majority Text
    But Green is to be much preferred over other translators of the last two centuries.

  • this bible is expensive and is corrupted.the new american king james bible is the best to get.don't waste your money on this bible.if i could i would return it

  • ...The Modern King James Version is an update of the King James translation that adheres to modern English, but more importantly, even more strictly to the original languages than the KJV. Specifically:

    #1) Archaic language has been replaced by present usage (few currently know what "trow", "wot", etc. mean.)

    #2) Some words have changed in meaning since the early 17th century. For example, "conversation" no longer means "conduct or behavior" and "let" no longer means "to hinder". Modern usage is now reflected.

    #3) 1611 sentence & word formation were different than now. While "you" had recently come into use, "thee", "thou", "thy" were still common. These currently hinder modern understanding and have been replaced in the MKJV.

    #4) Some KJV translations were inadequate, as recognized subsequently. Stricter translations that have been suggested over the centuries, based on the original language, are substituted. This is done on a word-for-word basis with the original and can be verified with a Hebrew/Greek lexicon dictionary. No change has been made without referring to the original Greek or Hebrew.

    #5) In spots where the KJV paraphrased, the original text has been restored.

    The Modern King James Version should be the version of choice for all Christians. Also recommended are the "Literal Translation" (total emphasis on literal translation at the expense of grammatical complexities) and the "Interlinear Version", by the same publisher, in which the original language text is shown with word-for-word translation underneath, the literal English translation at the side, all keyed to Strong's concordance so you can follow along and see the decisions the translator made. All three of these bibles can be immensely helpful to Christians.

  • The "Modern King James Version" (MKJV) is a lesser-known Bible version. It is an updating of the "King James Version." Jay P. Green, the translator of the "Literal Translation of the Bible" (LITV), also translated the MKJV. The press release for the MKJV says, "... it is the grand old version in the English of today-period!"
    It is true that the MKJV updates the archaic language of the KJV, but the MKJV does make other changes as well. However, these changes tend towards making the text more literal than the KJV, and the MKJV is easier to read than the KJV. So as compared to the KJV, it is an improvement. But as compared to the "New King James Version," I'm not so sure.
    I have been using the NKJV as my primary Bible for years. The MKJV is somewhat more accurate than the NKJV. But the difference is not that great. And the MKJV is also somewhat more difficult to read. So I see no reason to switch to it. So I will probably stick with my practice of using the NKJV as my primary Bible and Green's LITV as my secondary Bible.
    But having said that, the MKJV is a very good Bible version. It is very accurate and is based on what I believe to be a very good Greek text, the "Textus Receptus." So the NMKJV is very reliable and is worth checking out.

    I discuss the versions mentioned above in much more detail, along with about 30 other versions of the Bible, in my book "Differences Between Bible Versions."