Authorized King James Version of the Holy Scriptures based on the Oxford Edition.
This Oxford Edition includes “The Epistle Dedicatory” and “The Translators to the Reader” sections.
Major differences between the Oxford and the Cambridge editions are the following verses which the Oxford capitalizes “Spirit” (Acts 11:12, 28; 1 John 5:8) while uses the lowercased “spirit” in Matthew 4:1. Oxford uses a period after “ye shall not prosper” in Jeremiah 32:5 instead of a question mark. The spelling of “razor”, “enquire”, “counsellor”, “expenses”, and “ankle”; beside these, there are 8 other spelling differences in names, and other words. Oxford also uses dashes in names and the use of apostrophes in some words.
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