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Circa 1900 Cambridge King James Bible : Key Words & Phrases Accentuated

By Frost, Rex

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Book Id: WPLBN0100003078
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Reproduction Date: 7/9/2018

Title: Circa 1900 Cambridge King James Bible : Key Words & Phrases Accentuated  
Author: Frost, Rex
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion, Study Bible
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Publisher: Josiah ben David
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CIRCA 1900 CAMBRIDGE (C9C) KING JAMES BIBLE, ALSO KNOWN AS THE PURE CAMBRIDGE EDITION (PCE): The present Josiah ben David (JbD) offering introduces the accentuation of key words & phrases for improved navigation & periodic overview reading. The presentation is a retro 1611 concept, using modern fonts. Further, the text has been digitally compared with the circa 2013 Authorized King James Version (AKJV) maintained by Visit for a complete list of differences & know with certainty that no modern-day publisher has intentionally or unintentionally injected changes. Bible believers should have Bibles with exactly know pedigrees & which have been exhaustively audited by people who value every word.

The accentuation, or highlighting, of key words and phrases serves two main purposes. Firstly, an inclusive and yet efficient in-text partitioning and indexing is achieved, specifically to aid the manual (not computer-aided) searching of the Bible. Such an in-text system is contrasted with the traditional strategy of delineating the Biblical books and epistles according to section titles. An additional advantage of in-text accentuation is that the need for creating pithy section titles is avoided—a process that can never be completely divorced from exegesis. Secondly, the accentuation of key words and phrases enables periodic rapid readings of the entire Bible, focusing primarily on the accentuated text. The idea here is not to exclude text, but that one’s memory fills in the gaps. Survey reading is not a substitute for complete reading just as verse studies are not a substitute for cover-to-cover reading. Rather, survey reading complements detailed reading just as the global structuring of the text complements and reinforces local structuring. One must be simultaneously aware of the forest and the trees. The base electronic text is maintained under the auspices of the elders of Victory Faith Centre, 313 Bellerine Street, South Geelong, Victoria 3220, Australia. This Authorized Version Bible has been identified as the circa 1900 typeset produced by Cambridge University Press (CUP) and mass-produced by Bible and missionary societies into the mid-twentieth century. The exact text, though no longer printed by CUP, is understood to be the pure presentation in the English language—that is, the providential pinnacle in the English and having no typographical errors. Copies of the base text can be downloaded from the Bible Protector Ministries website (, managed by Matthew Verschuur; or presently physical copies, without accentuation, can be purchased from Holman Bible Publishers (ISBN 978-1-5864-0942-5). Design layout and accentuation for the present edition were completed by Rex Frost under the publishing house label Josiah ben David (JbD). The formatting is a retro 1611 concept, using modern fonts. Apocryphal books, footnotes, and introductory and supplementary material are not included—considering that such additions cannot be viewed as inspired. The traditional versification, book order and titles are maintained. Further, the text used for this JbD edition has been digitally compared with the circa 2013 CUP AKJV text, with any differences checked with a Holman hard-copy volume. Visit for more information (e-mail:

[TABLE OF CONTENTS:] The 66 Books of the Old & New Covenants: Showing the Basic Parallel Between the Two Covenants & Suggesting an Expositional Program that Alternates Between the Two Covenants.

Table of Contents
HALF TITLE (i); TITLE PAGE (iii); COPYRIGHT PAGE (iv); TABLE OF CONTENTS (v); OLD COVENANT: Genesis (3), Exodus (41), Leviticus (73), Numbers (97), Deuteronomy (130), Joshua (158), Judges (177), Ruth (196), 1 Samuel (199), 2 Samuel (224), 1 Kings (244), 2 Kings (268), 1 Chronicles (291), 2 Chronicles (313), Ezra (340), Nehemiah (348), Esther (359), Job (365), Psalms (384), Proverbs (430), Ecclesiastes (445), Song of Songs (451), Isaiah (454), Jeremiah (491), Lamentations (533), Ezekiel (537), Daniel (575), Hosea (587), Joel (593), Amos (595), Obadiah (599), Jonah (600), Micah (602), Nahum (605), Habakkuk (607), Zephaniah (609), Haggai (611), Zechariah (612), Malachi (619); NEW COVENANT: Matthew (623), Mark (647), Luke (662), John (688), Acts (707), Romans (732), 1 Corinthians (742), 2 Corinthians (751), Galatians (758), Ephesians (761), Philippians (765), Colossians (767), 1 Thessalonians (770), 2 Thessalonians (772), 1 Timothy (773), 2 Timothy (776), Titus (778), Philemon (779), Hebrews (780), James (787), 1 Peter (790), 2 Peter (793), 1 John (795), 2 John (798), 3 John (798), Jude (799), Revelation (800); Editorial Notes (813); Word & Character Counts (815).


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