Since the King James Version of the Bible was originally published in 1611, many printings, editions, and revisions have followed that have (often unintentionally) introduced numerous variations into the KJV text we read today. Using evidence as diverse as the manuscript work of the original translators and the results of extensive computer comparison of electronically held texts, David Norton has produced a scholarly edition of the King James Bible for the new century that provides the closest representation available of the 1611 translators' work.
Arranged in paragraphs in a single-column format, The KJV New Cambridge Paragraph Bible with the Apocrypha is a careful restoration of an old master, complete with consistent modern spelling and punctuation, making it easier to read and study. Over a decade in the making, The KJV New Cambridge Paragraph Bible with the Apocrypha offers a new edition of a dearly loved text and restores the authority of the original translation. Anyone interested in matters of textual representation, publishing history, and cultural and literary history will appreciate this unique edition of the classic KJV Bible.