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Answered: Site for King James Version of the Bible

There's a New King James version from 1982 that may be easier to understand: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_King_James_Version

Answered: "King James Edition" of the Bible

The Authorized King James Version is an English translation of the Christian Bible begun in 1604 and first published in 1611 by the Church of England. The Great Bible was the first "authorized version" issued by the Church of England in the reign of King Henry VIII.

Answered: What does the longline represent in the niv bible

Do you mean the timeline that goes from creation to the authoring of Revelation?

Answered: No need to learn books other than the Bible?

Perhaps if you actually read the Bible you would in fact see that it will not make you perfect. In fact, quite the contrary. You will see the glaring imperfections and hopefully realize the need for a Saviour. It will not make you socially accepted either. Christians, as Jesus unfortunately was, are ...
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Water on the knee is a general term for excess fluid accumulation in or around your knee joint. Your doctor may refer to this condition as a knee "effusion." Water on the knee may be the result of trauma, overuse injuries, or an underlying disease or condition. To determine the cause of water on ...

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My best friend had her knee replaced about 12 years ago. It's only just now that she's starting to have problems with the other knee. So it can be quite a long time.

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That depends on the translation you are using. in The New Internation Version, the word God is used 2,725 in the Old Testament and 1,244 in the New Testament for a total of 3,969 times.