How did we get our King James Bible starting from beginning of Christianity?

Asked By: JP - 1/23/2012
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Before Jesus was born, the various scrolls comprising the Hebrew scriptures were in wide use and that was the part of the Bible Jesus and the apostles used. As it forms about two-thirds of the Bible, it's important to know its story as well... More
Answered By: Sasi - 1/23/2012
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It's a collection of books. The Jewish Holy Books, Letters from Paul, the Gospels etc.
Answered By: PROBLEM - 1/23/2012
I am not exactly sure what you mean. Christianity started in 33 CE; the KJV of the Bible was translated almost 1600 years later, in 1611. However, there is an article about the KJV of the Bible on page 22 of the link below, as weel as the Bible in general beginning on page 3.
Answered By: Abdijah - 1/23/2012
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Answered By: Frankinsense - 1/23/2012
the king james bible and Christianity are not the same thing... More
Answered By: implumbus - 1/23/2012
After the big argument between Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, King James rewrote the bible to include catholics and protestants to ease people from thinking they'll be beheaded. Queen Mary wasn't no joke and thier Dad King Henry VIII killed enough people to populate Indiana.
Answered By: Sparrow The Questioner - 1/23/2012
The Bible in general or the KJV specifically... More
Answered By: Atarah - 1/23/2012
The King James Bible wasn't around at the beginning of Christianity. No Bible was. The OT is/was a collection of Jewish scripture. The NT is a compilation of oral traditions and writings that were decided upon at the Bishop's Council at Nicea. They decided which books to include and what the official doctrine of the... More
Answered By: Amy - 1/23/2012
The bible is compiled with the Old and the New Testament... More
Answered By: miracle receiver - 1/23/2012
The King James Version in short, comes down from the apostles through the Hebrew-Masoretic Texts( Old Testament) and Koine Greek Texts (as written by the apostles et al.) through, the original Old Latin Version (as opposed to the one corrupted by Jerome and adopted by the Catholic Church-the Latin Vulgate) to the... More
Answered By: cuddlz24 - 1/23/2012
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