The King James Bible, Complete - Unknown

The King James Bible, Complete

By Unknown

  • Release Date: 1611-01-01
  • Genre: Bibles
Score: 4
From 1,849 Ratings


This volume is the complete King James version of the Christian Bible, an English translation authorized by the Church of England and completed in 1611.


  • Please Remove The Disrespectful Comments

    By Treywood3
    Reviews are to help the customer decide if he or she wants the app. As well as help the designer of the app to fix problems, and make corrections. Not to type disrespectful comments about "The Word of God" and rate them so people can see your ignorance... Just remember God was the author of The Bible, not the author of this app. So this app will never be completely perfect. So if you find something that needs to be fixed, then post a comment. But leaving an opinion about this app, and leaving one about The Bible are completely different. God Bless, Trey
  • Review

    By Yvuuyv
  • This book is in the wrong genre

    By JewAra
    So this book has to be put in the fiction section of the store because it is what it is, a fictional story of mythological beings and events that never really happened and were made up by early man to explain stuff that they were too scientifically ignorant to find answers for themselves.
  • Holy bible is our life style

    By ..Aram
    God bless you all
  • Horrible

    By Joeyx401
    Really long and boring with lots of plot holes and an overall dumb story.
  • Disappointed

    By Mrsnowturtle
    Despite what the title may lead you to believe, this book has absolutely nothing to do with LEBRON James
  • Not LeBron James

    By Chalaaaa
    It would be nice if LeBron had a Bible 📖🏀🙏😇
  • ghtihjijiythjityj

    By bgvhjhjdfqd
    it was good too learn about Jesus CRIST and all the bible story ,s and all the peaple
  • Too long.

    By Automatic Shoes
    This book is way too long, and it doesn't make any sense. Wouldn't recommend.
  • Ehh...

    By Hcaz41
    Storyline's a bit weak. The characters are really hard to relate to. A lotta big words. (Seriously, what does "shalt" mean? Smh) All in all, an OK read.