King James VI & I in 1610

By Stephen Coston

Conclusively proves false the myriad of lies propagated about King James. 

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Was the King James Bible named after King James?


The King James Bible,  published in A.D. 1611, was actually entitled The Holy Bible  for 300 years until after the turn of the 20th century, when jealous new version printers sought to rename it. Upon checking new versions it will become apparent that it is still The Holy Bible and the others are counterfeits.
(See "Do You Have a Holy Bible?")

How can I learn more about the King James Bible?


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